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.
" Martin is one of the most considerate and helpful agents we have ever known. He is also knowledgeable and on top of everything. Thank you Keller Williams for the opportunity of doing business with Martin. Not only did he help us sell a property but also helped us to purchase two other properties. Thank you
Faye S. December 4, 2014
We did ask that the house be cleaned before being shown, but this did not happen. Other than that, there was good communication.
Irv W. April 24, 2015
Unbeknownst to Mr. Feinberg, my wife and I have been watching him work in Culver City since we moved to our home 17 years ago. Over the years we have met and visited with a large number of local real estate professionals. For over a decade we have known whom we would engage as our
Jim and Janet K April 24, 2015
“ Martin and his team did everything to make the sale of my house a very good experience. I also worked with him on selling another house in Westchester. I would use his service again. ”
Patricia N. February 17, 2015
Martin Feinberg and his team is as professional as they come. Would definitely recommend him/them and would use again.
Dave H. April 24, 2015