About Related Management
Related Sales LLC is the exclusive marketing and sales division for Related who was founded by Stephen M. Ross over thirty-five years ago, and is heralded as one of the most prolific and visionary developers in the country. Headquartered in New York City at Time Warner Center, Related is the most prominent privately owned real estate development firm – more... in the United States. The Related Sales division is responsible for the marketing and sales of the firm's nationwide portfolio of luxury for-sale properties in excess of $5 billion dollars. The Related Sales team is comprised of many of the real estate industry's most experienced and reputable professionals. With access to a global network of high-end purchasers and real estate professionals, the division has achieved record-breaking results through their successful marketing campaigns and effective sales strategies. – less
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