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Around the globe, our agents are nabbing headline-grabbing listings, setting records, connecting with their communities and teaming up with their colleagues to give back. Here’s a rundown of the latest and greatest regional happenings from The Agency’s global team.

British Columbia - Jason Binab—Managing Partner of our Vancouver Island office—and Mark Nelson made a record-setting Cordova Bay sale in just 21 days of rebranding and relaunching the property. 1104 D’Arcy Lane sold for $3,095,000.

Los Cabos - Spring is just blooming, but many are already dreaming of summer. Luckily, Janet Jensen of The Agency Los Cabos represents a pair of the region’s most spectacular homesites, situated at La Montaña in Villas Del Mar (Homesite Three and Homesite

The slopes were snowy and the crowds were dense at this year’s Sundance Film Festival—and several of The Agency’s own were center stage for all the action. 

President and Co-Founder Billy Rose—who once served as an entertainment lawyer and later as a motion picture agent at L.A.'s United Talent Agency—was most looking forward to reconnecting with his friends in the industry and carving out some time on the slopes amidst the 128 feature film screenings and dozens of star-studded fetes. A number of films generated awards-season buzz at the festival and the Grand Jury Prizes were awarded to “Minari” (U.S. Dramatic), “Boys State” (U.S. Documentary), “Epicentro” (World Cinema Documentary) and “Yalda, a Night for Forgiveness” (World Cinema Dramatic).


There may be snow on the ground (and on the slopes), but make no mistake, Park City is having its hottest moment of the year. The 11-day Sundance Film Festival kicks off January 25, drawing the biggest names in film from around the globe.

The Agency Park City, and agents from our L.A. headquarters, including President and Co-Founder Billy Rose, will be front and center for all the action. If you’re in town Saturday, January 25, stop by O.C. Tanner Jewelers at 416 Main Street from 2 to 5pm to meet The Agency Park City team and Billy himself while browsing new jewelry designs and nabbing some Sundance swag. 

And the spotlight won’t just be on the celebrity-packed films, parties and panels. The incredible properties and estates that line the


It's no wonder people are drawn to Park City. Easily the most accessible and largest ski destination in the country, Park City is just 35 minutes from Salt Lake City International Airport, which allows jet-setting residents and visitors to enjoy breakfast on the California coast and lunch amidst the peaks of Utah’s Wasatch Range. Plus, snowsport enthusiasts can enjoy Park City Mountain Resort, including Canyons Village, and Deer Valley Resort, which offer endless terrain as well as scenic trails for hiking, snow biking and snow-shoeing.

But there are important factors to bear in mind before investing in a mountain escape. 

Here, The Agency Park City agent Sean Railton—who represents local gems including 143 White Pine Canyon Road, a modern ski

The Agency joined forces with Giveback Homes in Park City, Utah and Culver City, California to help construct residences for two families in need. Giveback Homes is an organization comprised of real estate professionals who help fund and build homes for families and individuals around the globe, from Los Angeles, Phoenix, Chicago and Houston to villages in Nicaragua. Since its founding in 2013, the organization has mobilized teams of volunteer homebuilders and spearheaded fundraising events to support the construction of permanent housing for those in need. 

In Park City, Utah, local agents and CEO and Founder Mauricio Umansky grabbed saws, nails and hammers and helped raise the framework for an all-new home for a mother of two. The home is one of

One of the world’s most beloved mountain destinations, Park City has evolved from a winter favorite into a thriving, year-round destination for outdoor enthusiasts and cultural denizens alike. Between Park City ski area and nearby Deer Valley, Park City provides 8,200 acres of skiable terrain, plus incredible golf, hiking, mountain biking, open-air concerts, shopping, dining and nightlife—not to mention playing host to the renowned Sundance Film Festival every year. For those not lucky enough to call Park City their year-round home, its proximity to places like Los Angeles and San Francisco means city dwellers can catch a plane at breakfast and be on the slopes—or in the woods—by lunchtime.

This week, the iconic mountain town was the place to see