Don’t miss LA’s top dealmakers on Monday’s TRD Talk

Sally Forster Jones, Santiago Arana, and Aaron Kirman are live at 2 p.m. PDT

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May.May 07, 2020 06:06 PM
Hiten Samtani, Sally Forster Jones, Santiago Arana, and Aaron Kirman

Hiten Samtani, Sally Forster Jones, Santiago Arana, and Aaron Kirman

On another episode of TRD Talks Live, TRD Associate Publisher Hiten Samtani will catch up with three top agents and leaders in LA’s residential real estate community to find out how they’re closing deals and keeping business flowing during the coronavirus pandemic.

Although the industry nearly ground to a halt due to the pandemic, L.A.’s residential market has come back to life in recent weeks. We’ve seen a few big celebrity buys, the return of showings (with some restrictions, of course), top agent moves, and even a New York City investment sales broker getting the assignment to sell the Mountain of Beverly Hills.

Now, as L.A. and the rest of the nation get back to business, TRD is sitting down with top dealmakers to discuss the new normal. Listen in as Aaron Kirman, president of International Luxury Estates at Compass in Los Angeles, Santiago Arana, managing partner at The Agency, and Sally Forster Jones, CEO of SFJ Group and Executive Director of Luxury Estates at Compass in Beverly Hills talk through the strategies that helped them cope during coronavirus and what they expect to see on the other side.


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