Phyllis Elliott

Corcoran Care
Phyllis Elliott, a top realtor in New York City for Corcoran, a real estate firm in Brooklyn Heights.
  • Press mentions31
  • Awards2

About Me

About Phyllis Elliott

Phyllis Elliott is ‘mom’ to our charming canine mascot Marcel, the fabulous French bull dog star of Corcoran’s live action TV commercials. Phyllis enjoys a unique and worldly perspective on both the local market and the overall real estate experience. Having lived in, invested in and managed properties in various New York City neighborhoods as well as international locations across Europe and South America, Phyllis has unmatched experience in a range of markets. Phyllis' insight and perseverance make her a hands on and dedicated agent for both the buyer and seller, ensuring that all parties are satisfied and at ease throughout each step of the process. Phyllis’ attention to detail, her passion for real estate, and the care and respect with which she treats her clients ensures that each deal is a successful and enjoyable one.


  • 18 Years in Real Estate
  • 25 Years in Art


  • French
  • Spanish


  • Dancing
  • Art
  • Interior Design
  • Photography
  • Antiquing

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  • 2011Sales Agent of the Month
  • 2008Rookie of the Year

Press Mentions

  • Controversial Tower in Brooklyn Bridge Park Gears Up to Sell Luxury CondosRead more
  • ‘Mad Men’-looking studio along Brooklyn Bridge Park asks $810KRead more

Words from our clients

Phyllis is a broker you can trust. She took us through the entire purchase process while we lived abroad; returning to the U.S, the closing went smoothly. Communication was always immediate eventhough we had a 12 hour time difference.

Andrew Barnes

I retained Phyllis to sell my late mother-in-law's apartment and the experience could not have been better.The apartment sold quickly at the asking price; the closing was rapid. Her competence relieved me of a tremendous burden at a difficult time.

Larry Zelner