For more than 15 years, George Ouzounian has specialized in residential real estate sales in the San Fernando Valley. He joined The Agency in January 2019 and proceeded to sell more than 70 homes over the next 12 months. He is a Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist™ and a Certified Negotiation Expert®.
What are some of the steps you take to earn clients’ trust?
“Gaining my clients’ trust is an integral part of my business. It means that I will always put my clients’ interests before mine. Real estate is a referral-based business; the first step in getting a referral is making sure your current clients are completely satisfied from the beginning to end. My proven track record provides them with the comfort of knowing they have hired a professional who offers stellar communication, consistency and reliability. My team and I work relentlessly to make sure clients get the best possible results.”
What makes you a Valley expert?
“I have been a Valley resident for the last 20 years. I have studied the market, have extensive knowledge of the communities and schools, and am up to date with local real estate statistics. Every city is unique, and the agent you choose should be a master in that specific area.”
What has been the highlight of your career?
“After years of hard work and helping hundreds of families buy and sell real estate, getting recognition from the Los Angeles Business Journal as one of the most dynamic brokers in L.A. is my proudest career highlight. Having a record-breaking sale of $7.4 million on Mount Olympus Drive for a property that was previously listed with four different agents is also a very proud career moment.”
What’s your favorite way to find zen when you need it?
“The easiest way for me to find zen and relax is by making exercise a part of my daily routine. I consistently wake up early to meditate, read and journal. My morning routine is incredibly important and sets the tone for the rest of the day.”
How do you assist those less fortunate?
“I am proud to support Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, Hope of the Valley Rescue Mission, local food drives, Compassion International, the Epilepsy Foundation and The Animal Rescue Alliance.”