HOBOKEN, NJ —Halstead New Jersey, now in the process of becoming part of Brown Harris Stevens, is pleased to announce that top agents Lori Staselis and Ann Wycherley have joined the company’s Hoboken office. As an award-winning agent, Ms. Wycherley brings nearly 20 years of solid real estate experience in the Hudson County market. Lori Staselis, also with more than 20 years of real estate experience, has made an indelible mark in Hudson County helping people buy, rent, and sell homes. Both agents were previously affiliated with Century 21.
“We are incredibly excited to welcome Lori and Ann as we begin this exciting next chapter under the powerful Brown Harris Stevens brand,” said Eugene Cordano, Vice President and Executive Director of Sales, NJ. “These agents have been trusted pillars of the local real estate community for a combined 40 years, and I look forward to supporting them as they take their already successful careers to the next level with our growing company.”
A native of Ireland, Ms. Wycherley has been recognized by the New Jersey Circle of Excellence and recently earned a Lifetime Membership in the New Jersey Association of Realtors Distinguished Sales Club. She has lived in Hoboken for over 20 years and currently lives in Jersey City Heights. Before transitioning to the real estate world, Ms. Staselis worked in the fashion industry, and she approaches real estate with the same creative and driven mindset. Both agents are widely known for their intrepid business acumen, trusted relationships, and insider knowledge of their local market.
Halstead/Brown Harris Stevens currently operates two New Jersey locations in Hoboken and Montclair. The firm has sold more homes over $1M in this area than any other real estate company, and is ranked #1 for single family/ townhouse sales over $1M since 2009. Additionally, the firm holds the record for the highest price ever paid for a single family home in Hoboken at $6.5M. In Montclair, Halstead/Brown Harris Stevens has an average of 40% of market share on list and buy sides of homes priced $2M and above.
In June, Halstead began the process of joining forces with sister real estate company Brown Harris Stevens to create the largest privately held real estate company on the East Coast. The firm now includes 2,500 agents across 55 offices throughout New York City, New Jersey, Connecticut, the Hamptons, Hudson Valley, Palm Beach and Miami. In 2019, the combined firms had more than $9 billion in sales and Brown Harris Stevens achieved the highest average sales price in the nation according to RealTrends.
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