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October 20, 2020

Authority Magazine – Realtor Holly Parker: “5 Things You Need To Know to Survive and Thrive After A Divorce”

When I was divorced and dating, I wanted to do absolutely no work to my future home. I had worked enough in my last relationship to last me two lifetimes. I wanted turn-key. Bring your toothbrush! Triple mint! But what I found often was a nice guy that needed a major makeover “he had good bones” for someone who wanted to renovate. There were also the forever renters who had been working the same circles dating women and never committing. One of my dates told me that the longest he had ever dated someone was three months at 38! Oy! Now that is work!
October 7, 2020

Forbes: Is Real Estate Broker A Good Career Choice For Moms? NYC Experts Weigh In

“I’m almost a life-management consultant,” explained Holly Parker, a top agent at Douglas Elliman. But calls from stressed-out clients demanding technical explanations on property tax law at 10 p.m., or during birthday parties, can cause moms to miss crucial family moments. “I’m caretaker by nature. I love taking care of people, and that’s why this has been the job for me,”
October 7, 2020

Variety: Showbiz Real Estate Elite 2018

Parker’s resume includes such accolades as being a top 10 agent for 10 years, No. 5 in the country and highest volume in sales for Douglas Elliman New Development, plus she set records for some of Manhattan’s most expensive properties. Recent sales include several lofts at Tribeca’s 11 Beach St., ranging from $8.65 million-$22.5 million, and 4 Sutton Square at $14.5 million. “You have the trifecta of ‘PPR’: great prices, great properties and amazing rates. Never have I seen those three things happening together. It is a perfect storm for opportunity,” she says.
October 7, 2020

The New York Times: How Coronavirus Has Affected Real Estate

"Meanwhile, a London-based couple abandoned plans to come to New York to look at properties with Holly Parker, an associate broker at Douglas Elliman. Instead, Ms. Parker took them on a FaceTime tour of one of the apartments under consideration: a three-bedroom condo at 225 Fifth Avenue that’s listed at $6.395 million. “It went well,” Ms. Parker said. “We’re still in conversation.”
October 7, 2020

Mansion Global: NYC Billionaires’ Row Could See Property Taxes Quintuple Under Proposed System

“It will wreak havoc,” said Douglas Elliman agent Holly Parker. “It would just cause absolute pandemonium. You can’t change people’s obligations that dramatically, even with a phase-in period.”