My goal is to help clients with a smooth, seamless transaction without drama and without the “roller coaster” ride that often makes for a stressful experience for buyers and sellers. Through extensive experience over many years and many transactions I can foresee and mitigate the hurdles ahead. To do this, an agent needs to understand financing, inspections, cultural differences, and personalities.
The typical real estate transaction is more than just business…it’s personal.
The Westside, comprising some of the most desirable communities in Los Angeles, is a wonderful place to live and do business. It has its own special character, upscale and upbeat, with some very affluent residents, yet centrally located, with easy access to many surrounding attractions and events. Beach close, it boasts some of the best air quality in the greater Los Angeles area. The weather is moderate year round, and sea breezes keep residents cool in summer.
I checked the web for realtor names, then chose 3 names with activity in the immediate area. I then interviewed the 3 realtors, who all seamed great, but I chose Martin because of his presence on the web. I couldn't be happier with my choice. He delivered on everything and TOTALLY Handled the prep and
Ken K. April 24, 2015
"When your looking to buy or sell in the West LA/ Culver City area Martin and his team are the best. I sold my condo and Martin was able to find my new house also. His contacts and area knowledge are exceptional."
Zeshan M. December 4, 2014
“ Very nice team, smooth transaction in today's difficult market. ”
Grace W. February 17, 2015
Martin was very patient and helpful knowing that it would take some time before we could list the house due to a trust situation...He always answered questions and returned calls in a timely manner.
Gary P. April 24, 2015
“ Martin and his staff immediately put us at ease during a stressful time. They helped get our house looking great and organized a successful open house. We had two offers within a week of listing our house even during a down-time in the market, including one offer for above asking. ”
Patrick H. February 17, 2015