The Petrie Team brings together four leading Hamptons real estate experts to create a synergistic force greater than the sum of its parts. Armed with extensive insider knowledge of the local marketplace and steeped in diverse experience in real estate, sustainable design, advertising and fashion, The Petrie Team is indispensable in any Hamptons home search.
Ed is an admired name in New York real estate frequently found on lists of best agents in the industry. He has 30 years of experience in the field and joined Compass after 15 years at Sotheby's International Realty's East Hampton office, where he served as a Senior Global Real Estate Advisor and Associate Broker. As a lifelong resident of East Hampton, Ed is a local expert, top producer, mentor and trusted advisor.
Raised in East Hampton and guided by his experienced father, James is innately at home in the Hamptons real estate market. Boasting a degree in environmental studies with a focus on sustainable design, he has a keen eye for top listings from Montauk to Southampton, as well as an extensive local network.
With a background in film and advertising, Charles has developed a keen eye for aesthetics and structure. After his time in LA, he returned to East Hampton to build his real estate career and could not resist the allure of his beautiful hometown. Growing up in areas between Southampton and East Hampton he is extremely knowledgeable of all markets on the east end.
Julie has been immersed in Hamptons real estate for years as a resident, investor and real estate agent. Her deep love of the area and longtime experience here informs her unmatched expertise and keen ability to guide clients on their journey to Hamptons ownership.
Together, Ed, James, Charles, and Julie are the consummate Hamptons real estate team, guiding buyers, sellers, renters and investors to the best possible results.
Making History in the Hamptons: 3 Lily Pond Properties Sold for $110 Million
The Petrie Team closed on the 5th largest residential sale in U.S. history and the 2nd largest transaction in New York State history.