License #: 02075980 Passionate about helping his clients achieve their real estate goals and committed to walking them through every nuanced step of the process, Andrew Botto is an active listener and natural-born networker who loves building relationships with others.
A former Division 1 athlete, Andrew credits much of his professional success to the 20 years he spent as a high school and college gymnast, training and competing in a demanding environment where he was tasked with overcoming obstacles and challenging himself to be the very best he could be every day. Time management, determination, and drive are just a few of the qualities gymnastics instilled in Andrew throughout his life—traits he now brings to his career in real estate.
Always one to live in the spotlight, Andrew has found the highly competitive Beverly Hills real estate market to be the perfect fit for his professional career. From his years of intensive training to interviews and coverage on the Big Ten Network throughout his collegiate career, managing expectations, performing under pressure and exuding strong leadership qualities come naturally to Andrew. Prior to joining The Agency, Andrew was a sales rep at Oracle Corporation in San Francisco. During his time with the company, he was a leader in the organization, holding an average of 200% attainment per quarter and ranking in the top 10 nationally.
Originally from Redwood City, California, Andrew attended the University of Iowa on an athletic scholarship for men’s gymnastics, earning his BBA with a focus on Marketing and Entrepreneurial Management. Andrew served as the team captain his senior year and led the team to break multiple school and national records during his tenure. In his time outside of real estate, Andrew enjoys staying active, playing basketball, going to the gym, swimming, running on the beach and traveling. He is involved in the Hogar Emmanuel Orphanage in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, where he sponsors a local family by donating money, medical supplies and gifts to their five-year-old child every month until he becomes an adult.