Forbes Global Properties is a new consumer marketplace and invitation-only network of leading real estate firms that connects high-net-worth buyers to the world’s finest homes. Leveraging the worldwide reach and engaged audience of Forbes, featured properties are introduced to potential buyers across print, digital, and social media channels alongside curated editorial content. As a Founding Member, Warburg Realty has exclusivity in the New York City marketplace and select access to Forbes Global Properties advertising, branding, and marketing services.
Saunders & Associates is the largest and most active locally owned real estate brokerage in the Hamptons. The firm represents more than $2 billion worth of Hamptons real estate and sells many of the area’s highest priced properties. Saunders has over 180 agents and offices in Southampton Village, Bridgehampton, and East Hampton. Warburg exclusives are shared among and viewed by our well-connected Saunders partners.
Wallack Management Company Inc., a third generation family-owned and operated full service real estate company, has played a prominent role in the New York City Real Estate industry dating back to the 1950s. Its property management division founded in 1978 consists of over 75 properties throughout Manhattan with a diverse portfolio of Pre and Post War Cooperatives, Condominiums (including newly developed), and Rentals. These properties range in size from single-family townhouses to large apartment complexes with over 400 units.
Warburg Realty is a member of LuxuryRealEstate.com. Recognized as the Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate network, this global portal debuted in 1995 and remains the #1 search portal for luxury properties on the internet. With a membership consisting of the finest luxury real estate brokers in the world, over 70,000 professionals in more than 85 countries are members who collectively sell in excess of $190 billion of real estate annually, with an average sale price of $2,450,000.
REBNY was created in 1896 as the New York State’s first real estate trade association. It works on behalf of the mutual interests of its members by promoting public and industry policies. The organization frequently speaks before government bodies with the primary goals of expanding New York’s economy, encouraging the development and renovation of commercial and residential property, enhancing the city’s appeal to investors and residents and facilitating property management.
Members have access to the Board’s various real estate professional education programs, including state-certified required courses for licensing, continuing education courses and seminars to hone professional skills, and courses to maintain the ethical standards of relations between professionals and with the public. A zoning expert is also on hand to field a wide range of inquiries. This department publishes a number of important periodicals, including the Annual Diary and Manual, which is considered real estate’s almanac.