Just imagine: you could spend all December at the Music Center and never see the same dazzling event twice. From the Festival of Carols to LA’s biggest holiday celebration on Christmas Eve, it’s a host of reasons to be glad you’re an Angeleno.
Buyers of LA area properties come from everywhere —and the number of overseas clients working with John Aaroe Group has continued to grow. To give them the highest level of service and introduce them most effectively to local sellers, the company has joined with London-based Mayfair International Realty to market properties to European investors.
Made up of over 100 of the finest British brokerages with more than 300 offices throughout the United Kingdom, the Mayfair International network has become the symbol of quality, integrity, discretion and experience in international luxury real estate. The firm also leverages its media connections to expertly handle property press relations across the UK and Europe.
As part of the prominentwww.mayfairinternationalrealty.com, John Aaroe Group properties are seen on the leading UK magazine for luxury real estate, Country Life. Homes will also be uploaded to the property search site of the Financial Times, reaching high net worth individuals and their trusted advisors throughout the world.
John Aaroe Group experts are seeing more buyers from Europe, especially the UK, than ever before. The LA entertainment industry brings an especially large contingent of UK and European residents to the area. In addition, with Mayfair International members in key locations like New York, Washington DC, Miami and Houston, John Aaroe Group will be able to work with buyers in key US markets who are looking to invest in Los Angeles.
“We consider this move essential in ensuring that our clients’ properties get seen by the widest possible audience,” says John Aaroe, Founder and President of John Aaroe Group. “We operate in a global real estate village, and working with Mayfair International is one of the ways we are bringing the global investor to our marketplace.”
And so you shall. Just head for Hogsmeade at Universal Studios, where the winding streets are decked to the nine and three-quarters (sorry) and Hogwarts Castle is ablaze with holiday lights and music. Oh, yes, and Christmas croaking.
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