Haute Agent: Matthew Breitenbach

Matthew Breitenbach started his real estate career with Allan Schneider Associates, now the Corcoran Group. Working alongside Susan Breitenbach for the past few years, Matthew Breitenbach has assisted her in marketing over $1billion worth of real estate. He has helped Susan to take her business to a whole new level that has contributed to her achievements as Corcoran’s Top Agent in Sales Volume in 2006 and 2007, Corcoran’s Top Mid-Year Exclusive Listing Broker in 2008, and listed by the Wall Street Journal as 15th in the U.S. in 2007 for sales volume. With Susan’s guidance, Matthew has quickly come into his own as an Associate Broker who has shown, sold and marketed an impressive inventory of some of the Hamptons finest properties. In May 2007, Newsday labeled Matthew as one of the top young real estate agents in New York.

Matthew’s youthful exuberance and energetic approach to real estate have made him a favorite among young Wall Street investors, entrepreneurs and celebrity socialites. His dedication to staying ahead of market trends has furthered his own success, while his commitment to cutting-edge print and Internet advertising opportunities has made the Breitenbach brand a listing and selling powerhouse. Recently, Matthew’s innovative and technology-driven skills led to the creation of Breitenbach Hamptons Real Estate’s website:http://www.smbhamptons.com as well as their new 50-page brochure.

The Breitenbach brand teamed up with The Corcoran Group combines to form one of the most dynamic duos in the Hamptons real estate market today, and allows your property to get the most exposure both nationally and internationally. Whether looking to buy, rent, or build your dream home out East, Matthew brings unmatched commitment and service dedication to make your experience pleasurable all the way to the closing table.

Born and raised in the Hamptons, Matthew has deep real estate roots. His father, Stephen Breitenbach, is the owner of Breitenbach Builders, one of the area’s best high-end custom building companies. Matthew spent his summers working alongside his father on projects ranging up to $75 million. After graduating from Gettysburg College, he obtained his real estate license, then a mere three weeks into the business had signed contracts on his first multi-million dollar sale.

Matthew currently resides in Sag Harbor Village. He is an avid surfer and makes yearly trips all over the world to pursue that passion. He is a very passionate writer and hopes to release a memoir about the Hamptons one day. This lifelong Hamptons resident recognizes the importance of maintaining the area’s genuine beauty which is why he chose to live, work, and will eventually raise his family here.