Chris Reisbeck

For Chris Reisbeck, real estate is highly personal. A Southern California native with a reputation for integrity, enthusiasm and an unwavering commitment to his clients’ success, he brings over 15 years of real estate experience to The Agency’s Pasadena office.

Born and raised in Glendale, Chris has always loved Southern California and is passionate about its real estate. An agent with strong tech and marketing skills, he understands there is much more to be done when bringing a home to market than simply snapping a few photos and listing the property on the MLS. Priding himself on doing whatever it takes to ensure his clients’ goals are met, Chris creates customized marketing plans for every property he represents.

From drone video footage and laser-drawn floor plans to individual property websites and targeted social media ads, his listings consistently garner the attention—and selling prices—they deserve. Whether a buyer is looking to purchase their first or forever home, nothing makes Chris happier than helping a client achieve their dream of homeownership. By walking his clients though the necessary steps of a transaction in a meticulous fashion, Chris helps prevent unwelcome surprises and ensure the smoothest transaction experience. In Southern California’s increasingly competitive real estate market, Chris’s clients can rest assured he has the tools and experience to help make their goals a reality.

A local Pasadena resident, Chris is always buzzing around Los Angeles doing what he does best—selling real estate. In his free time, he enjoys dining out with his partner TJ, socializing with friends and going to Disneyland.

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8570 Appian Way 90046 SL19-09110


This fetching home, tucked into the hills located below Sunset Plaza Drive, boasts the white picket fence and peaceful surroundings of which so many dream of. Wild lavender and a tinkling fountain beckon as one enters, while natural light and sweeping views...

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