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We chose you because we so trust your judgment and 6th sense on people— Robin, Rental Client
Veteran Shelter Island real estate broker Hannah Dinkel has earned success in her industry and won the hearts and trust of clients because of her own proven business formula: listen carefully to what buyers and sellers want from a property and their agent; connect their expectations to the market in a respectful, attentive manner; while combining that with the value of working with an established Shelter Island resident and full-time agent of many years. Real estate has been Hannah's full-time business for over 30 years. She formerly worked for her late husband who she joined as both part of a natural progression of her employment in service-oriented positions, and part desire to learn as much as she could about Shelter Island (a place not only where her forebearers had settled, but where she learned to sail and enjoy the company of family who lived at Sylvester Manor). Hannah began practicing real estate in Sag Harbor while residing there in the home her family has owned since 1795.
"Shelter Island is a small, special enclave of a potpourri of architectural styles, sizes of properties and price ranges," she says. "Therefore, being involved in the real estate business here demands familiarity with and a feeling for a complete cross section of neighborhoods and properties to list and sell." The owner of both residential and commercial property herself, Hannah has a deep understanding of the unique market plus a keen eye for value which she seeks to achieve for every client.
Hannah enjoys continuous repeat business and referrals for her generosity and caring service from clients she's made so happy. Hannah considers herself an "employee" of her clients which she feels is a necessary quality for a serious real estate Agent. This attitude was ingrained in her after many years of working for large organizations – the U.S. Government, the petroleum and gas industry, a bank and a school district.
An "Army Brat' born in Reading, PA and raised in Morristown, NJ. Hannah lived in Manhattan for many years, and has been a permanent resident of Shelter Island for over three decades. Hannah has volunteered a good deal of her time to numerous organizations in Shelter Island and the Hamptons. On July 24, 2010, the members of the Suffolk County Legislature declared it Hannah Dinkel Day "in acknowledging and paying tribute to her dedication to the spirit of volunteerism."