As a youth Aaron Kirman couldn’t say the letter ‘R’. Now, as an adult he sells architectural estates to the Rich and Royal. Enjoy this Q&A with the top realtor.
In the midst of the Roaring Twenties a man named William Henry Hobin incorporated his real estate firm, The Hobin Company. For decades, his heirs—first his son, then grandson—ran the Stockton, California, agency. Now Molly Hobin-Williams.
Made in Malibu—the coveted enclave’s top agent Chris Cortazzo on the joys of fatherhood, soy lattes and the power of a good laugh.
Bryn Stroyke & Robb Stroyke are embracing the shifting waves of real estate for over 35 years. Adaptation, after all is the key to survival. In the real estate world, the question is how to ride out a changing landscape while tending to the core of one’s business.
After moving to the Emerald Island in the mid-1980s in pursuit of good waves, he took note of the island’s superb growing conditions and set up an organic farm on a 50-acre tract of land minutes from his office at Hawaii Life Real Estate Brokers.
Working together as a trio adds up to a sum greater than its parts. Each Altamura brings strengths that benefit the running of the Altamura Real Estate Group, which offers everything from traditional real estate duties to property development.
During Alex Abad’s time in real estate, the bulk of which has been focused in El Segundo, the place he’s called home for over 30 years, Abad’s been a bright light in welcoming new companies to the charmed coastal town (over 200 have come to El Segundo in last few years alone).
When DIGS last spoke with Cindy Ambuehl she was smoothly multitasking, being interviewed while doing her hair and ironing out last-minute details for her event. The occasion? A party at one of her listings, a sleek Brentwood home on North Tigertail with a price tag just shy of $11 million.
Stephen Haw—A Real Estate Titan A glance at Stephen Haw’s real estate team reveals a group of agents…
“I have a very casual way about me,” says Dan O’Connor. “I think it has a lot to do with growing up in a family where real estate was the lifestyle.”