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212.891.7619 |
Suzanne Sealy
Suzanne Sealy

Suzanne Sealy

575 Madison Ave

New York, NY 10022

Office: 212.891.7619

Mobile: 917.699.8871


SUZANNE SEALY Douglas Elliman Real Estate

Suzanne Sealy is a two-time winner of the Real Estate Board of New York's "Deal of the Year" Award, and brings tenacity, professionalism and discretion to the services of her clientele.

Ms. Sealy earned her B.A. and M.A. at Columbia University. After pursuing further academic studies at Cambridge University in England, she managed a thriving antiques business there. Upon returning to New York, she worked as Producer on Special Reports with the WABC News Team. Her experience in mergers and acquisitions at Warner Communications provided her with the background critical to her success in negotiating deals as a top broker with Douglas Elliman. In addition, Suzanne is a Certified Negotiator Expert (CNE).

Suzanne Sealy is a member of the New York Junior League and spends her spare time working on this and other charitable pursuits.

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