Erin O’Connor brings over 15 years of real estate experience and a passion for her clients to The Agency. During her career, she has overseen transactions in excess of $200M, working within the luxury new development market as well as with individual buyers and sellers in the resale market.
As an agent, the excitement of opening the door to a client’s next chapter is irreplaceable. When it comes to one of the largest financial decisions that someone will make in their lives, she treats the buying and selling process with the care and attention it deserves. A transparent communicator, she prides herself on being direct, honest, and taking a no-nonsense approach. For her, empathetic listening and getting to the core of a client’s true needs and motivations is essential in creating a meaningful relationship and successful transaction.
Erin earned her B.A. in Mass Communications and Pre-Med from UCLA. She then worked in several different fields prior to becoming an agent, including an entertainment tech start-up and management in the health sector. Her experience in these industries introduced her to clients with high expectations for expertise, service, and attention to detail—traits that are paramount to her success as an agent.
After a successful agent and friend recognized that her strengths and personality would be an ideal fit for the industry, Erin segued into the world of real estate, also fueled by her innate love of architecture and design. She served as The Director of Sales for Caruso, one of the largest privately held real estate companies in the U.S, focusing on the sale of their residential assets. She then went on to become one of the first members of The Agency in 2013, working as Director of Sales for The Agency’s New Development Group and representing a portfolio in excess of $1B, working with top-tier developers.
When she isn’t working with clients, Erin is a part of many philanthropic endeavors, including Give Back Homes and SEEDS foundation—a non-profit organization committed to the advancement of children's education by funding programs in the arts, sciences, and humanities. She spends her free time enjoying her community with her husband, a tech executive, and their young son.