|Regent Territory||North Shore of Long Island|
As a Long Island North Shore real estate agent, Mandy Antolli draws on her 12 years of experience spent in the Royal Australian Air force. She wore multiple hats and amassed a diverse set of skills and talents, from being a VIP purser training attendant on a fleet of aircraft for NATO trips, to receiving training by the Australia federal police within aviation medicine and anti-terrorism. Mandy’s years of military service have given her invaluable skills that she utilizes in her real estate career. Mandy employs her impeccable communication skills when relating to her client’s needs by managing problems calmly and quickly. Her proven ability to succeed during even the most stressful situations gives her real estate clients and colleagues the utmost confidence that she’ll help find the right home or get the best price for their investment.
Her relationships with her clients often continue after the transaction is complete. Mandy’s philosophy is “that a realtor is not a salesperson. They’re matchmakers. They introduce people to homes until they fall in love with one. After that, they’re a wedding planner and a good friend.”
Mandy began her real estate career in 2016 after immigrating to the U.S. with her family and settling in Maryland. It wasn’t until moving to New York in 2017 that her career took off. As part of the dynamic Laura Zambratto Group at Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty, Mandy plies her experience moving multiple times by assisting people with similar relocation needs. She has an acute sense of the difficulties that can arise when putting down roots in a new area and dealing with the trials and tribulations of finding the right school district, the right doctors, or even where to find the best seafood. Mandy sticks by her clients throughout the entire process.
When she’s not introducing new homes to their new owners, Mandy can often be found lending support to Camp Setebaid, and organization that empowers children with type 1 diabetes. She holds this program close to her heart as her own son was diagnosed at a very young age with type 1 diabetes. She was also trained by the Children’s National Medical Center in Washington D.C. in 2006 and by the Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund to be a parent mentor for newly diagnosed children.
Mandy loves to spend her free time traveling and exploring new cities by taking in all the culinary adventures each new place has to offer. Being immersed in an unfamiliar city and trying out the cuisine is a perfect adventure for Mandy. When she’s not globetrotting, she can be found curled up by the fire with a glass of wine and a good book, fishing on the nearest body of water, or entertaining friends and family with her regaling, vast knowledge of the Star Wars universe.