Power Broker Louise Phillips Forbes Selected As Exclusive NYC Realtor

Mar 16, 2016, 08:20 ET from Louise Phillips Forbes

NEW YORK, March 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The Fourhundred Magazine has chosen Louise Phillips Forbes of Halstead Property's Park Avenue office, as their recommended exclusive broker for residential real estate in all of New York City.  According to Publisher Brian Bunsen, "With almost three decades and $2.5 billion in sales to her credit, Louise was hand selected because she is at the top of her game in one of the world's premier cities. I've tracked her success for many years and I couldn't be prouder to have Louise associated with our brand."

With a reputation as an expert negotiator, Forbes has a significant following of both buyers and sellers worldwide who recognize her ability to assess and project market changes. Forbes is a visionary, which is why she has also been sought-out by luxury developers throughout her career as both an advisor and an onsite sales director. She has been credited with establishing residential neighborhoods where they previously did not exist.  To date, Forbes has successfully completed over 30 development projects and is currently directing sales for two new high-end condominium conversions at 498 West End Avenue on the upper west side and downtown at 15 Hubert Street.

Forbes has built strong relationships and is known for her market insight, careful guidance, passion, and professionalism.  One of her trademarks is detailed and customized market analysis reports that reveal the vital information necessary for buyers and sellers to understand the market. Forbes explains, "First and foremost I'm an educator, and I am committed to initiating that process with people.  Driven by data, my reports enable clients to have realistic expectations that ultimately lead to successful deals and long-term relationships that span many decades and homes."

The Fourhundred Magazine serves as a valuable reference for the luxury audience, providing powerful and captivating editorial combined with original interactive media to create an experience unlike any other magazine today. Their unique app is downloadable each month and features interactive content designed to take readers from influence to brand all with the touch of a screen.

The "Four Hundred," the capacity of Mrs. Caroline Astor's ballroom, represented the epitome of New York Society and her sacred inner circle during the last quarter of the 19th century. The magazine derives its namesake from this historical relevance and legacy.

Diane Terman                                                                  JoAnn Geffen
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