Brooke Elliott is an expert in luxury real estate sales throughout Los Angeles, renowned for her ability to maximize profits for her sellers and successfully negotiate deals for her buyers in a highly competitive market. As a third-generation real estate agent, Brooke developed a passion for the industry at a young age and began her career at 22 after receiving her B.F.A. from New York University, Tisch School of the Arts. After successfully selling real estate in the highly competitive Manhattan market for several years, she returned to Los Angeles and brought with her her knowledge, expertise, and negotiation skill she developed in New York. She has a loyal client base on both coasts, and internationally.
Brooke’s mission is to provide clients with extraordinary quality of service in the process of buying and selling real estate, and to always act with the utmost honesty, integrity, loyalty and discretion. She owes her success in these endeavors to unparalleled negotiation skills, industry knowledge, marketing capabilities and a matchless eye for design.
Having also studied at the Architecture + Interior Design program at UCLA, Brooke has advised many of her clients with interior design and staging in order to maximize their return on investment.
Brooke showcases her unrivaled marketing expertise for the properties she represents by distributing various print, web and media channels to potential buyers, locally and internationally. Brooke seamlessly coordinates the sales process from start to finish and continuously exceeds her clients’ expectations.
Aside from her thorough involvement in Los Angeles real estate, Brooke is passionate about giving back to the community. She is a member of The Los Angeles Library Foundation, which provides critical support to the Los Angeles Public Library, yielding free programs, resources, and services to millions of adults and youth throughout the city. Additionally, Brooke is a member of The Blue Ribbon, which is the leading women's support organization for The Music Center's resident companies and its arts education and community programs, including the annual Children's Festival.