For two decades, Mark Greenwald consistently ranks as a top producer in Hamptons real estate, using his winning strategy to match clients and customers with their perfect property and expertly brokering deals to a successful transaction. He is ranked in the top .05% in the U.S. by sales volume as published in The Wall Street Journal. Over his 20+ year career, Mark has earned a reputation for dedication and due diligence, skillfully guiding customers through the process of finding and negotiating for their Hamptons home. He is known for his intimate knowledge of Southampton Village.
Mark comes from a prestigious legal background, which gives him a unique and powerful skill set for brokering a real estate deal. Mark holds an undergraduate degree from Cornell University as well as a JD from Cornell Law School. He worked as a real estate attorney with two high-profile New York City law firms—Fried Frank and Schulte, Roth & Zabel.
Throughout his career Mark has worked with individual customers as well as developers, using his wealth of knowledge to advise on buying and selling properties, as well as advising on building and zoning laws for investors that are looking for opportunities and for sellers looking to highlight advantages their property offers. His business background gives him a valuable perspective in assessing a Hamptons home's enjoyment value as well as its importance as an investment.
As the Chairman of the Southampton Village's Zoning Board of Appeals, Mark understands and can advise immediately on the expansion of an existing residence, additional accessory structures, or other development options.
Mark takes a hands-on sales approach to every property he represents, personally attending each showing and providing crucial feedback. Together with Saunders & Associates' unsurpassed marketing resources, Mark's exhaustive market research is an immediate asset to his clients and customers. His experience, negotiating skills, and legal acuity place him in the enviable position of bringing each deal to fruition even in challenging markets.
Mark lives in Southampton Village with his wife and two children who attend the Ross School.