The Company has tapped former Compass Vice President and Managing Director Jeff Samuels to turn into its new regional supervisor of Northern California.
With greater than 15 years of actual property expertise, Samuels shall be main the boutique brokerage’s enlargement into Northern California. In his previous function, he oversaw places of work in northern cities together with Oakland, Alameda, Berkeley, Orinda, and Burlingame. As The Company is predicated in Los Angeles, the brand new function will contain main agent groups and rising its presence within the northern a part of the state.
“The Company is dedicated to strategic development and enlargement in Northern California and past and we’re delighted to welcome high executives like Jeff Samuels to hitch our mission,” Wet Hake Austin, president of The Company, mentioned in a press assertion. “Jeff is a well-respected member of the actual property neighborhood and shall be an important useful resource for all our Northern California brokers and their purchasers. I’m delighted to welcome Jeff to The Company crew.”
Samuels previously labored as a dealer at Higher Properties Realty and earned a level in mechanical engineering from UC Davis. Over the previous yr, The Company has made quite a lot of strategic hires to take the corporate past its repute as a small Los Angeles luxurious brokerage. Austin moved to The Company from Compass in October 2020 whereas government vp of franchise gross sales James Ramsay joined in January of this yr.
The brokerage additionally opened branches in New Canaan, Connecticut, and Oakville, Canada, in addition to a brand new company workplace in Studio Metropolis, California.
“I’ve lengthy admired what The Company has been capable of obtain in rising their crew all over the world with skilled professionals whereas sustaining their boutique really feel and white-glove service for brokers,” Samuels mentioned. “I’m trying ahead to working with Wet Hake Austin and the agency’s management to develop The Company’s presence in Northern California.”