Tanya Murray

As a third generation real estate agent, Tanya Murray’s roots in the industry run deep. Her family has a long history in the real estate business ranging from agents to brokers to builders. From a young age, she was surrounded by a family culture that revolved around the business of real estate.

Upon graduating from the University of California in Santa Barbara with a Bachelors degree in Communication, she chose to also add her certificate in design. Working for a top design firm for several years, Tanya learned the subtleties of how people connect with their homes on a personal level. She also became a master at the language of design, giving her an ability to effortlessly communicate important details in the pursuit of aligning clients with homes perfectly suited to them.

Coming from a family spanning multiple generations in Los Angeles, her interest in the history of LA neighborhoods along with her nuanced understanding of architectural and design styles led her to residential real estate. It was there that she discovered how the profession flawlessly combined her numerous disciplines and she never looked back.

With a broad network of professional and personal relationships, she works with a wide variety of clientele from celebrated artists in the entertainment business to top executives at Fortune 50 companies. Her tireless work ethic and enthusiasm align flawlessly with the dynamic requirements of the luxury housing market.

As much as Tanya enjoys helping clients find and sell their homes, she equally enjoys helping others. She serves on the Board of Sports Spectacular benefiting Cedars-Sinai Hospital, works with the Grammy Foundation and is an active advocate of animal rights.
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2717 Deep Canyon Drive 90210 LL17-05419

 

Remodeled single-story home in Benedict Hills with a bright, open floor plan. Formal entry opens to a large living room, dining area, and chef’s kitchen. The living room is enclosed in windows bringing lots of natural light and completed with a cozy firepla...

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