One of Malibu’s top agents, Sandro Dazzan joins The Agency as Managing Partner of the Malibu office. Having previously served on the top-producing real estate team at Coldwell Banker Malibu Colony, Sandro has closed more than $750 million in home sales, including Malibu’s highest residential sale in 2011 and highest land sale in history. His rapid path to success caught the attention of Forbes, which featured him on its prestigious “30 Under 30” list.
One of those rare individuals who can say he was born and raised in Malibu, among the most coveted addresses on earth, Sandro watched his mother’s real estate business flourish from a young age. After obtaining his bachelor’s degree in economics from UCLA in 2005, Sandro made a decision that would change the course of his career, passing up an opportunity to work as an investment banker at Morgan Stanley to join the family business of real estate. Thirteen years later, Sandro finds great fulfillment in helping buyers and sellers reach their real estate goals in the city he is proud to call home. Known for his intimate local knowledge, easygoing nature and strong grasp of technology, Sandro is a skilled negotiator and natural networker, constantly meeting new people in and around Malibu, which often leads to new listing opportunities. Sandro’s clients directly benefit from his level of involvement in, and passion for, the Malibu community, along with his ever-expanding professional network.
When he’s not representing buyers and sellers in real estate, Sandro takes advantage of Malibu’s beautiful weather every chance he gets, whether fitting in a morning surf session or hike in the Malibu canyons. A yoga enthusiast, he remains steadfast in leading a balanced lifestyle, preferring to leave his stresses on the mat. These activities are all points of connection for his clients, who see Malibu as the ultimate escape on the coast.
An animal lover, Sandro is actively involved with the Humane Society. He was treasurer of the Malibu Association of REALTORS for ten years and served on the board of directors for The MLS for five years.