A Minneapolis transplant, Cameron moved to Los Angeles to pursue his business degree at the University of Southern California. While at USC, Cameron discovered a passion for luxury real estate and has not looked back since.

Joining The Agency in May 2013, Cameron has been central to the company’s research & planning initiatives. Ascending from an intern to his current position as an Analyst in the New Development Group, Cameron has become an invaluable asset to the company’s pre- and new development infrastructure.

As one of the lead researchers of The Agency Report, the company’s quarterly analysis of Los Angeles prime residential markets, Cameron has developed an expert skill set in market analysis and comparable case studies. His ability to liaise resale agents with researched of prime markets to creating an in-house database of off-market sales and trends, Cameron has quickly become the ‘go-to’ for market intel within The Agency. His involvement with the Company’s research abilities has allowed The Agency to work closely with developers, architecture firms and much more.

Cameron continues to demonstrate his commitment to The Agency New Development Group, working alongside the President and Managing Director of New Development, Mike Leipart and Hana Cha, Cameron focuses the majority of his efforts in pre-development advisory and new development analysis. Assisting the team with research out of our current market, he has contributed to the New Development Group’s current projects in Park City and Los Cabos, and also assisted with marketing efforts for The Carlyle Residences and the upcoming release of The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Rancho Mirage.

Previous to The Agency, Cameron assisted in the offices of J. Selmer Law, Nike Basketball Los Angeles, the Los Angeles Clippers. Outside of his career, Cameron enjoys playing competitive basketball, HBO and Showtime Original series, as well as traveling to his hometown of Minneapolis as much as possible.

Cameron Selmer holds a B.S. in Business Administration from the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California.