Carmenate and Duchon, both of whom most recently worked at Douglas Elliman, bring $179 million in active inventory, according to a press release by The Corcoran Group.
They have over 37 years of combined experience and have sold over $2.5 billion in lifetime sales volume.
The two brokers have represented numerous celebrities and internationally renowned architects, including Norman Foster and Herzog De Meuron.
“We are thrilled to welcome Eloy and Mick to Corcoran,” said Pamela Liebman, President and CEO of Corcoran, in a release. “They have an incredible track record and are highly respected real estate experts, who are always one step ahead of the dynamic South Florida market. I am confident they will achieve even greater success with the resources and power of the Corcoran brand behind them.”
Both are active in the Miami area and are residents of the Venetian Islands. Duchon is on the executive board of the Mount Sinai Medical Center Foundation and is a founding member of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center.
“Corcoran is synonymous with success, unparalleled client service and incredible agent support. We are aligned with the direction Corcoran is headed and are excited for all that’s on the horizon. We remain tremendously grateful for our time at Douglas Elliman and leave with smiles on our faces,” Carmenate and Duchon said in a joint statement.