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Throughout his career, past and present, Peter has lived by the axiom, “know your client.” Peter and his wife and business partner Lois examine not only the general home-buying criteria of their clients, but also strive to determine their clients’ deeper motivations, needs, and desires. Peter claims it’s like one big regression analysis with dozens of independent variables including, but not limited to, body language, voice inflections, and emotional reactions that ultimately lead us to that perfect home. They feel the same holds true when listing homes for sale. Deciphering and understanding what motivates their clients is the key to creating the proper marketing plan for each homeowner and their respective property.
When listing homes for sale, it’s critical to not only give the seller a price and strategy but rather to educate them and guide them through the sales process. Our market in the Hamptons is really quite different from the rest of the country; the process by which we list homes differs and that it is very important for sellers to understand these differences. Peter and Lois have distinguished themselves as some of Corcoran’s most productive agents. Despite the recent challenges in the market, The Moore Team has sold and closed properties from Montauk to Westhampton, earning them membership in Corcoran’s Multimillion Dollar Sales Club in each of the last four years. Additionally Peter and Lois have proven to be marketing innovators, using a wide array of both conventional and inventive methods to maximize their listings’ exposure; for example, Peter and Lois were among the first agents to market their listings by successfully targeting the thousands of real estate agents that dot the landscape from Manhattan to Montauk. Peter’s business background has suited him well for his career in real estate. After going to graduate school for his MBA, Peter climbed the corporate ladder to become the Director of Marketing for one of the largest HVAC wholesale distributors in the US. From there Peter left for a career on Wall Street where he worked in Fixed Income for primarily smaller, boutique firms. Peter’s last stop on Wall Street before pursuing a career in real estate was an Investment Advisor position at “Big Four” accounting firm Ernst & Young, out of their world headquarters in Manhattan.