Nathan Saadat

Nathan Saadat is a graduate of UCLA law with a wealth of knowledge in real estate and tax law, but his true passion is and always has been real estate. The Beverly Hills native, who comes from a family of real estate professionals and developers, was introduced to the business at an early age. His background includes managing multi-family real estate and residential developments, which helped him earn invaluable experience in everything from design and structural integrity to the creativity required in the marketing process.

During his time in the legal profession, Nathan learned to navigate the tricky terrain of real estate litigation and how the process affects both home buyers and sellers. His legal expertise, coupled with his background in residential development and management, helped make his transition to the real estate industry a seamless one.

Nathan, who focuses on the niche markets of Beverly Hills, Westwood and Brentwood, says he most enjoys connecting with clients and guiding them through a major step in their lives, buying a home. Being immersed in L.A.’s fantastic, innovative architecture as well as the city’s relaxed, yet hard-working culture are what inspire him the most. When not selling real estate, Nathan can be found playing tennis, guitar and enjoying the beaches of SoCal.
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My SOLD Listings

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13686 Bayliss Rd 90049 SL15-02527



MAJOR REDUCTION!! Stunning modern located in the Brentwood Hills. This exquisitely designed home is almost entirely on one level with immaculate city and canyon views. The formal entry leads to a bright and open living area with high ceilings and a grand fi...

1120 N. El Centro Ave #2 90038 SL17-04126



2008 architectural loft in the heart of Hollywood. Polished concrete floors, soaring ceilings, clean lines with floor-to-ceiling windows throwing off natural light. Open kitchen with breakfast bar. Master suite with large walk-in closet. Large outdoor patio...

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