Alexandra Bruno Real Estate Salesperson

  • Real Estate Salesperson
  • Member of National Association of Realtors
  • Member of Long Island Board of Realtors
  • Holds a Dual License with Town Residential in NYC


After living in NYC for many years, working as a Licensed Real Estate Salesperson, Sasha Bruno decided to come back to the North Shore of Long Island where she grew up to raise her son. Currently living in Oyster Bay Cove and loving the community and all the area has to offer, it was clear that she wanted to be Dually Licensed with Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty, while still holding her license with Town Residential in NYC to service customers and clients in every capacity.
A uniquely skilled communicator with in-depth knowledge of Real Estate, Sasha has acquired a reputation as a tough, honest negotiator who goes above and beyond to secure the best prices for her sellers and to find the perfect homes for her buyers and renters.
Before building a career in real estate, Sasha honed her negotiating skills in the world of Advertising, where she worked closely with Fortune 500 executives, brands and A-list celebrities.
Seven years in advertising taught me to be very strong and effective on all sides of the deal, Sasha says, and I find those skills to be even more important to secure the most personal and important investment in one’s life.
Known for her personal, attentive approach, Sasha always takes the time to get to know each client – learning everything she can about their specific needs. In every phase for the search of a home, Sasha is there: previewing homes and sorting out all the financial details. She always has her clients’ backs, from the first meeting and all the way through to the closing.
Raised in Old Brookville on the North Shore of Long Island, Sasha majored in Sociology at Northeastern University. She has strong ties to her high school, Friends Academy in Locust Valley, and is active in charities including Susan G. Komen and received an award for helping to secure housing for displaced residents in NYC after Superstorm Sandy.