Jagger Kroener

Recognized for his uncompromising work ethic and steadfast commitment to his clients, Jagger Kroener brings tremendous knowledge and a youthful perspective of the Beach Cities market to The Agency.

Born and raised in Manhattan Beach, Jagger attended American Martyrs Grade School, Loyola High School and Loyola University Chicago, where he won two Division I Volleyball National Championships.

Having been immersed in real estate from an early age, Jagger learned the ins and outs of the business from his grandfather, a prominent Manhattan Beach builder and agent, and his parents, who flipped homes across the South Bay. With a background in commercial real estate at CBRE, Jagger understands the language of the investment world and carries this knowledge over to the residential sector, ensuring his clients not only find their dream homes but also excellent short and long-term investment opportunities.

Priding himself on his relentless drive to translate his clients’ objectives into reality, Jagger goes above and beyond the typical agent’s call of duty. From creating budgets and providing advice on cost-effective home renovations to securing reliable construction crews to get the job done, he views real estate as a way of life that demands a 24/7 concierge service.

Jagger is also actively involved with The ALS Association Golden West Chapter.

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CA01984562
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228 43rd Street 90266 LL18-08704

NEW

Panoramic ocean views from Malibu to Palos Verdes at this contemporary Mediterranean home, just one block from The Strand. Main living level boasts a fantastic open floor plan that is ideal for entertaining and relaxing while listening to the ocean waves. T...

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520 Altair Place 90291 SL18-06715

SOLD

As seen on multiple primetime TV series, this quintessential 1912 California Craftsman, moments from Abbot Kinney Boulevard and Venice Beach, has been beautifully preserved and updated to offer contemporary elegance and historic charm in the heart of dy...

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