Founding member of the
The Private Client Network
With nationwide influence
Operating in over 40 luxury real estate markets
THE PRIVATE CLIENT TEAM is different. Like Compass, Judy believes in doing things differently – not as things have been done, but as things should be done. In fact, Judy joined forces with Compass to elevate each client’s real estate experience to the next level by deploying a “high-touch meets high-tech” approach to luxury residential brokerage. The objective is to exceed client expectations in every possible way.
THE PRIVATE CLIENT TEAM is experienced. We know luxury real estate – and we know the market. We are hard-working and accomplished professionals with high standards and endless drive. We use our extensive knowledge to help our clients successfully navigate the complex real estate landscape. We leverage our marketing, sales and financial services experience in concert with our deal-making prowess to deliver for our clients – each and every time.
THE PRIVATE CLIENT TEAM is limitless. We believe in the power of a team – where complementing skill sets align to create an unparalleled level of service-we collaborate. This strategic method, where everyone plays to their strengths, consistently delivers the desired result. But our service goes way beyond the transaction. With a professional network that extends to architecture, design, construction, financing, legal representation and more, we are a full-service operation that is second to none.
THE PRIVATE CLIENT TEAM is seamless. We recognize that real estate has become a global asset class – and that many of our core clients now own multiple properties in several markets. That’s why we’re positioned to deliver a seamless experience across our clients’ entire real estate portfolio, including strategic advice and consultation. Because real estate is so dynamic and hyper-local, we are building a unique nationwide team of high-performing and like-minded associates to service the needs of our clients – wherever they might be. Our collective influence is unequaled – and quantifiable: