As the calendar flips to a new month, it’s time to reflect on the dozens of headlines that captivated the world’s attention over the last four weeks. From exclusive listings to major corporate launches (we’re looking at you, Red Paper), The Agency’s in-house PR team hit the ground running, securing top-tier coverage across the globe. 2024 is indeed off to a roaring start, setting the stage for what promises to be another year of exciting developments and newsworthy stories.
Amir Jawaherian was featured on an episode of The American Dream, where he toured visitors around the Pendry Residences at the Pendry West Hollywood, which is represented by The Agency Development Group.
Forbes got the exclusive on Mauricio Umansky’s listing of the historic Green Gables Estate in Silicon Valley. The estate comprises seven homes and three swimming pools as well as a one-of-a-kind, 100-yard Roman pool near the main house. It is certainly one of the most incredible properties in the world. See it here.
Chimere Washington spoke with Mansion Global about Sacramento’s Fabulous Forties neighborhood and how the area has proven to be a wise investment even through market swings.
Storeys reported on Toronto’s current and future rise in condominiums in several of the major city’s neighborhoods. The Agency’s James Milonas provided comment on how agents can educate their buyers about the trend.
The Denver Post reported on 2024 market trends for the region and Ashleigh Fredrickson provided comment on current and future mortgage rates.
There are currently 8 homes in Las Vegas listed at over $18 million and The Agency’s own Zar Zanganeh represents one of them at 45 Club Vista Drive in Anthem Country Club, as reported by the Las Vegas Business Press.
The Real Deal broke the news that Andrew Azoulay joined The Agency, bringing gorgeous listings from the city’s most prominent zip codes.
David Ayers and Nick Zawitz’s prime listing was featured on Robb Report. The home is an enormous 55,000 square feet and is offered at just under $4 million.
Inman covered the news that 3 top agents, Sandra Hines, Blake Waggoner and Dave Janssens, all moved over from Realogics Sothebys to The Agency. The strategic growth of our offices across the Pacific Northwest is making waves across the region.
Seattle Agent Magazine covered the very exciting news of our first ever office in Bainbridge Island. Located at 168 Winslow Way West, The Agency Bainbridge Island will be led by Managing Partners Mark Middleton and Suzy Legier-Middleton, as well as Kevin Pearson, who will serve as managing broker.
Amy Doyle spoke to Mansion Global about how Nashville homeowners can attract incoming California residents who are relocating to the area’s booming market.