LOS ANGELES, May 10, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Cherryl Weaver, a Realtor® with RE/MAX Tri-City Realty in Los Angeles, has received the RE/MAX Hall of Fame Award, which honors consistently successful agents. Only 23 percent of active RE/MAX agents have earned this award since its inception.
"Cherryl's tireless dedication to serving her clients and our community earned her this highest of honors," said Matthew Matti, Broker/Owner of RE/MAX Tri-City. "We're extremely proud that Cherryl is a member of our RE/MAX team."
Weaver has been connecting sellers and buyers for more than 15 years. Her slogan, "Leave It To Weaver," summarizes her extensive experience in selling unique dwellings and assisting buyers to find dream homes. Significant among her achievements is creating long-lasting relationships with clients, many who consider her their "real estate agent for life."
The secrets to her longevity and success in housing-mad Los Angeles? As a Realtor®, she follows a strict code of ethics and standards that sets her apart from agents who are simply licensed.
She listens attentively to her clients, then customizes strategies and provides detailed information about the homes and neighborhoods desired.
One example is the Bredda family, who relocated from South Florida to Los Angeles. In 2004, Weaver considered their needs and wants, then found them the perfect home – a classic Mid-Century Modern with "wow" factors inside and out – at 2231 Gloaming Way in Beverly Hills.
From a concept by celebrated designer Richard Neutra for Stone/Fisher Developers, it was one of a handful of "Platform Houses" built in 1961 by noted architect William Beckett.
Even though the then-owners of the home were considering several serious offers, the family – at Weaver's insistence – toured it, and were impressed enough to make a bid. Weaver researched and worked to make sure the Breddas' offer was sound enough to make the house theirs, and it soon was.
Seen from across Coldwater Canyon, the home appears to float on air. The family was dazzled by the home's glamorous retro style, enhanced by modern luxuries. The single-level, rectangular open floor plan (with horizontal emphasis), features wall-to-wall glass that wraps around the living and dining rooms and the master bedroom.
Most dramatic was the 45-foot deck spanning the length of the home, providing spectacular views of the city, canyon and ocean.
Today, the family's needs have changed, and they reached out to Weaver once again to market this historic structure. Said one family member, "We were contacted by agents from all around town, ranging from celebrity Realtors to local offices. But the first call we made was to Cherryl, whose knowledge and outstanding service brought us to the place we've called home for years."
Now, Weaver seeks to connect the family with a buyer who appreciates the Platform House, as well as the history behind it.
Showings may be arranged by calling Cherryl Weaver, at (323) 254-1350, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Find her also on Facebook and Twitter.
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