Time is Ticking
We are quickly nearing the end of SBAOR elections. The deadline to vote is August 23rd, so please don’t put it off! It would be redundant to remind you the importance of your vote in the midst of our current Presidential election, but with our SBAOR candidates, we’re not talking politics, we’re talking leadership. [Read more…]
RE/MAX Estate Properties’ Kindness Series
Highlighting those acts of humanity, compassion, and generosity selflessly spurred by individuals in our offices and beyond.
We sell luxury homes, we negotiate grand deals, and we are nothing short of competitive. Our determination is not limited to the real estate world; it flows into to our lively passion to serve our local neighborhoods and give back. [Read more…]
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Sandra Sanders: Creating a Dynasty
Patron Profiles: Sandra Sanders
Posted on Nov 19, 2013 By Colleen Farrell
A dash of street smarts and a slice of Southern charm prove to be winning ingredients in life and real estate.
With traces of a Louisianan accent, Sandra Sanders speaks excitedly and intently as she describes the new RE/MAX Estate Properties office building in Manhattan Beach.
“We wanted a presence in downtown Manhattan Beach. When this building became available, we decided to buy it and create a boutique-style office space similar to a hotel lobby,” she says. “It has a dual-purpose bar that allows agents to work there with their laptops. It’s also great for social events. We’re very excited about our future here.”
Nationwide, the real estate market is still making a cautious climb back from a global recession. Not daunted, Sanders, owner (along with her two sons) and founder of RE/MAX Estate Properties—with 17 offices spanning Palos Verdes to Beverly Hills, has hired 80 new agents this year. With sales between $50 and $70 million per week, the company is ranked one of the leading real estate offices in the nation, with overwhelming market share in the South Bay. [Read more…]