New York City native Ron Brower began "Hamptoning" since he was a teenager. Becoming more intrigued with the area's natural beauty as time went on, he finally bit the bullet and bought a home on the water in Quogue in 1992.
Sharing his time between the Hamptons and his co-op in Bronxville, NY for many years, Ron worked in Manhattan in the production and post-production ends of the television business, servicing ad agencies, documentary film makers and TV production companies. He subsequently partnered in and grew with the firm, Manhattan Transfer/Edit which was ultimately taken public.
Ron's connection between the skyscrapers and the ocean, appreciation of both lifestyles, and understanding of the needs of others who work in the city yet share his desire to be out East, make him an effective, empathetic real estate professional. His thorough, pragmatic approach combined with his conscientiousness and awareness of his clientele's needs to ensure a smooth, successful real estate experience - whether buying, renting or selling a home.
Outside of his residential sales career, Ron still freelances for NFL films and Manhattan post-production TV shops. He is an outdoors lover who enjoys playing golf, boating, fishing, and camping in beautiful local spots in the family trailer. Ron also coaches Little League baseball, which he's done for many years.