Journeying from his birthplace of Rome, Italy to Boston, where he was raised and then later on, to Los Angeles to attend college, Marco Rufo figured he would study business and return to the East Coast to build a career.
Having five professional, advocating real estate agents enhances the quality of a client’s experience tremendously,” states Steve Watts, “and it does not cost a penny more than the traditional real estate commission structure. Not one.”
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Growing up with a perpetually positive mother whose favorite mantras were “The glass is half full,” and “There’s always a solution,” Devra Zandell found many of these to be true in adulthood—and applicable to real estate on an everyday basis.
Decades after entering the burgeoning real estate scene of the South Bay in the late 1980s, Ed Kaminsky has seen just about everything in the business. He consistently sells over 100 properties a year and has created a slew of companies in the real estate sphere.
About 10 years ago Stephen Haw saw the future and it was specialization. The longtime real estate agent noted there were increasingly distinct groups of buyers and sellers coming to Palos Verdes and the Beach Cities, where the majority of his business is concentrated
For the world traveler, a Beverly Hills-born Los Angeles native who lived in Paris and the Middle East along the way, coming home to the Beach Cities and digging into real estate meant doing it her way.
It’s been an impressive run of growth for Cindy Ambuehl’s group, which the Los Angeles super-agent launched two years ago after over a decade of building her A-list real estate name as a sole agent.
For some, home can be an elusive concept, referring to a time or place, perhaps more than one, where we’ve felt most connected, at ease, or ourselves. For Igor Nastaskin, home is specific: It’s the Hollywood Riviera in the South Bay, where he’s lived since the 1990s, raising a family and building a flourishing real estate business along the way.
Now PACIFICA Properties Group—a coming together of five Beach Cities super-agents who’ve just opened the doors to their new brokerage—has taken the ball and run with it, focusing on the group and its goals.