Real estate agent Brian Sinkoff opens own brokerage – Times Union

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Brian Sinkoff. 
The Sinkoff Realty Group’s logo. 
DELMAR — Well-known Capital Region real estate agent Brian Sinkoff has opened his own independent real estate brokerage, the Sinkoff Realty Group. Currently welcoming new clients, doors to the agency’s Delmar office, located at 316 Delaware Ave., Suite 24, will officially open on July 1.
“I’m 52 years old so why not now?” says Sinkoff, who has worked most recently with the Miuccio Real Estate Group. “I think the time is right for me as I’ve been able to establish a brand in real estate over the last 11 years or so and I’m ready to be a leader and, more importantly, a teacher.” 
Starting a new brokerage isn’t without risk, admits Sinkoff, but the agent has worked to develop his own personal brand and says he’s excited to manage all aspects of the business, from research and marketing to guiding, training and supporting rising and experienced agents. 
“I really wanted to start something new and I think it’s going to be great,” says Sinkoff, who adds that family and friends have been asking for years when he was going to venture off on his own. 
Throughout his 11-year real estate career, Sinkoff has closed at least 300 transactions totaling more than $80 million in total volume. He was named in the top five in the Best Real Estate Agent category in the Times Union’s Best of the Capital Region readers poll in 2022 and 2023
Prior to pivoting to real estate, Sinkoff worked as a local television news anchor, sports director for WTEN Channel 10 and as the radio host of “Sound-off with Sinkoff” on 104.5 The Team ESPN Radio.
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Shannon Fromma is a life-long Capital Region resident currently residing in Wilton with her husband and two rapidly-growing children. She received her degree in Communications and Journalism from the University at Albany in 1999. Before she had a chance to mount her diploma, she accepted a part-time gig writing obituaries for the Times Union. Her role has transformed over the years. Fromma currently pens Shopportunist, a frugal-living column and award-winning blog. As Coordinator for Engagement she also helps conceive and host live journalism programs at the Hearst Media Center. Contact her at or 518-454-5340.


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