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Working out of the Amagansett office of the Corcoran Group, Ling Li covers the East End, from Montauk, Amagansett, East Hampton, Bridgehampton and beyond, leaving no stone unturned to ensure the best results possible when it comes to finding you a home or selling your prized property. His hard work ethic, high service standards and creative solutions are continually in motion so the process is seamless, and the experience rewarding.
Originally from Long Island's North Shore, Ling first started frequenting the East End in 1970 when his father moved to East Hampton. A homeowner in beautiful Amagansett since 1996, he is inspired each day by some of the best beaches in the world, as well as the beautiful bays and estuaries.
Formerly in the photography industry shooting portraits and fashion in New York City, Ling first honed his keen eye for detail when attending New York University for Film and studying Photography at the School of Visual Arts. He then apprenticed with Hiro (the best photography education one can get), then went on to assist other high-profile names, Richard Avedon and Brigitte Lacombe.
Ling's passion for building and design began while in college, when he worked in construction building lofts in SoHo on weekends. His well-rounded knowledge of construction and codes, and his keen insight to his clients' needs, meld with his Hamptons market savvy to serve his customers and clients well.
Ling loves the entire East End area and believes it has some of the nation's greatest natural beauty while maintaining a close proximity to one of the world's cultural centers. He also enjoys the great fishing, and shares his passions for tennis, fishing, off-road biking, windsurfing and yoga with his amazing wife and two wonderful children.
- 28 Years in Photography
- 15 Years in Construction
- 2012 Multi-Million Dollar Club
- 2012 #3 Producer - Amagansett
- 2009 Rookie of the Year
- 2006 EHIT League Champion
- East Hampton Indoor Tennis
- Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation
- Parrish Art Museum