A Los Angeles County Family Tradition
Helping families find their perfect home in the Los Angeles area comes naturally to Kathy King. That's because real estate is the family business for this L.A. County native who is branch manager of the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties Encino and Calabasas offices. Not only that, but Kathy also is a Regional Vice President of 11 Los Angeles branches. For her, real estate is truly a family affair. Her husband, daughter, and son-in-law are all REALTOR®-Sales Associates with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties.
Kathy has been a licensed agent since 1972 and a broker since 1976, specializing in San Fernando Valley's fine neighborhoods. She owned her own real estate company for 25 years before joining Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties in 2000.
A proud local history
"One of the really great things about our Encino and Calabasas offices is that many of the same people I started working with are still here," she says. "They really know the area and are experts in their field. I'm very proud of the longevity they bring to our team.
"We focus primarily on the southern rim of the San Fernando Valley. Most people come to this area looking for good public and private schools, which are plentiful. There are beautiful areas that include canyons, estate properties, and view homes. There's not as much traffic and congestion as the west side of Los Angeles, and it's a little more affordable, too."
If you are considering buying or selling a home in the San Fernando Valley area, Kathy will be pleased to connect you with a knowledgeable, personable agent who will provide an unparalleled customer experience.
A team where agents can excel
If you are an agent considering a career move, Kathy would like to hear from you. "We provide seasoned assistant managers and mentors who work one-on-one with new agents, and offer coaching as well. That personal attention can make a huge difference in an agent's career, and our success rate shows they really appreciate it."