Our Story

Since 1888, Houlihan Lawrence has built its reputation on exceeding expectations in every aspect of the real estate process. With 30 offices, 1,300+ agents, and a global network of esteemed partners, we harness local expertise and data-driven insights to push real estate forward every day.

Houlihan Lawrence

Our leadership

Houlihan Lawrence is proud to extend the 125-year family tradition set forth by the company's founders. Today, we are led by Nancy Seaman and her two brothers, Stephen and Chris Meyers—whose family has been leaders in real estate for four generations.

Their deep roots in the region include longstanding support of local non-profit and education initiatives. From our corporate headquarters to the everyday interactions that define our business, Houlihan Lawrence maintains its legacy of leadership, innovation and superior service.

Houlihan Lawrence Leadership
Stephen Meyers
President, CEO
Nancy Seaman
Chris Meyers
Managing Principal

Our Heritage

Houlihan Lawrence is built upon family tradition. William Lawrence first established Lawrence Investments in Bronxville, New York in 1888. He also founded Lawrence Hospital and Sarah Lawrence College. The Lawrence family has an extensive legacy in Westchester. 

When the Seaman family acquired Houlihan Lawrence in 1990 from the Lawrence family it cemented a fourth-generation heritage in Westchester Real Estate.

Today, owners Nancy Seaman and her two brothers, Stephen Meyers and Chris Meyers, lead a powerful team of over 1,300 agents, through 30 offices that cover all of Westchester, Fairfield, Putnam and Dutchess counties.

Celebrating 125 years, the standards of quality established at the beginning continue today. The Houlihan Lawrence philosophy is that of first-class, personalized service delivered with the greatest integrity and refinement. The most profound change has been the attention to cutting-edge technology, the latest digital platforms and the ongoing connection to the global market.

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