Yacht broker partners with real estate agency

May 7, 2017 by Triton Staff

Fort Lauderdale-based yacht brokerage Northrop & Johnson has partnered with Tim Davis of The Corcoran Group, a global real estate agency. Davis’ office in The Hamptons, N.Y., serves buyers and sellers on the East End.

“The partnership between Northrop & Johnson and Tim Davis of The Corcoran Group is built on a mutual devotion to provide our respective clients nothing but five-star service,” Northrop & Johnson COO Daniel Ziriakus said. “Through a partnership, we are able to enhance the amenities that we provide to our clients.”

For more information, visit www.northropandjohnson.com

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