The Los Angeles Business Journal presented its first ever “Who’s Brokering LA” section focusing on real estate professionals who have proven to be the most dynamic forces in the industry. In fact, they have shed a light on three of our most successful agents: Branden & Rayni Williams, Drew Fenton, and Linda May.
Together, these individuals combine a comprehensive knowledge of Los Angeles with an artistic, competitive and stylish lens to the real estate process. For instance, The Williams Estates presented one of the most expensive listings in the nation at $250 million – the “Billionaire” mansion by Bruce Makowsky. This year alone they have been a part of four transactions over $25,000,000 including the $40,000,000 gem on Gilcrest.
Drew Fenton listed and sold the Playboy Mansion, the Frances Brody Estate, Doheny Estate and Rosewood in Bel-Air. He has sold over 30 properties in excess of $20 million and maintains a total transaction volume of over $500,000,000 in the past twelve months.
Linda May has amassed over $3 billion in career sales with some of the most notable including the highest priced sale in Beverly Park at $46 million and the Edie Goetz estate for $45 million. Most recently, she listed the Johnny Carson estate at $81 million. These trailblazers continue to set the tone for 2017 and all of Los Angeles.
Needless to say, the residential real estate market in Los Angeles is a complex landscape but as the publication notes, Hilton & Hyland and our team of some of the most powerful luxury agents in the nation have navigated the process painlessly and gracefully. Between representing the highest sale in Los Angeles history, commanding 42% market share of sales over $20 million, and maintaining an unrivaled network of global buyers, it is no wonder we are celebrating 25 years of excellence next year – all thanks to our agents who work tirelessly on behalf of our firm.
This article was originally published by Hilton & Hyland.
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