David Ogilvy and eight other agents from Greenwich Realtor David Ogilvy & Associates have joined Sotheby’s International Realty.
A presence in Greenwich real estate for more than 40 years, Ogilvy founded his eponymous brokerage, which has ceased operations, in 1985. He has been regularly ranked as the number one selling broker in Greenwich and made national headlines in 2014 when he sold Copper Beech Farm for $120 million, a then-record for the most expensive single-family home ever sold in the U.S.
Sotheby’s first entered the Greenwich market in 1996; it acquired another high-profile brokerage – Cleveland, Duble & Arnold – in 2011. It maintains nearly 1,000 offices in 72 countries and territories.
Ogilvy’s listings will be marketed directly to the clients of Sotheby’s auction house, established in 1744, and worldwide via the Sotheby’s International Realty marketing program and its exclusive partnerships with The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and Financial Times, as well as on sothebysrealty.com.
Also joining Sotheby’s from Ogilvy & Associates are Mandy Fry, Deborah Ference Gray, Alice Hoyt, Martha Z. Jeffrey, Mary Jones, Catherine Stahl, Harvey Thomas and Meri Thomas.