Marin Modern Real Estate Opens New Agent & Client-centric Office, Expands Sales Team

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Marin County real estate brokerage establishes new office, which combines technology, efficiency, and green design principles. Company announces expansion of their sales team in Marin County, California.

Marin Modern Real Estate Office

“Our new office space is a strong reflection of our high-tech, high-touch brand. We designed the space to have a comfortable, brick & timber loft feel to it; however, we also respected the need of our Agents to have relaxed, private meeting space."

Marin Modern Real Estate, a full service residential real estate brokerage firm and “top 10” real estate brokerage in Marin County, announced the opening of a new, modern real estate office to better serve the needs of their clients and agents throughout Marin County.

Established more than 5 years ago as a boutique Bay Area real estate firm specializing in modern, architectural homes, Marin Modern Real Estate has become one of the fastest-growing residential real estate firms in Marin County. The firm’s approach, which involves selectively recruiting and hiring highly knowledgeable, tech-savvy and full-time, client-focused real estate agents and providing them as well as their clients with meaningful tools and technology to help make them successful in today’s market, has helped the company achieve significant double-digit growth in both sales and transaction volume every year since the firm’s inception. While still recognized as a leading authority for modern and mid-century modern homes, the firm has successfully expanded outside of its niche and assists clients with diverse architectural preferences and budgets.

“I’m extremely proud of what we’ve accomplished over the last 5 years,” commented Renee Adelmann, Owner & Realtor of Marin Modern Real Estate. “Despite the challenges faced by others in our industry, our growth has been purely organic and has not come as a result of an acquisition, dramatic headcount expansion, or even by opportunistically riding the foreclosure and short sale wave. Instead we’ve hired great agents, provided them with technology and tools that actually matter and help them succeed, and worked as a cohesive team to succeed and grow in a market that has been so difficult for many others.”

To accommodate the needs of their expanding agent & client base, the company has opened a new office at 2144 Fourth Street in San Rafael. Commenting on the new office, Renee Adelmann stated, “Our new office space is a strong reflection of our high-tech, high-touch brand. We designed the space to have a comfortable, brick & timber loft feel to it; however, we also respected the need of our agents and clients to have relaxed, private meeting space. I believe we succeeded in achieving both objectives while also infusing the office with a lot of technology and eco-friendly design principles.”

In addition to opening a new office, the company announced the addition of REALTORS Fredrick “Fred” Anlyan and Helen Luttemo to their team. REALTOR and Broker Associate Fred Anlyan joins Marin Modern Real Estate from Coldwell Banker, where he spent more than 10 years assisting buyer and seller clients with their real estate needs in Marin County. REALTOR Helen Luttemo, a licensed agent since 2003, joins Marin Modern Real Estate from Frank Howard Allen.

About Marin Modern Real Estate

Marin Modern Real Estate is an innovative, technology-enabled, and high-touch residential real estate brokerage firm serving the needs of homebuyers and sellers throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.

Founded by one of the Bay Area’s top-producing real estate agents, the company provides unmatched professional representation to real estate clients throughout Marin County (Marin Modern Real Estate), San Francisco (San Francisco Modern Real Estate), as well as Alameda & Contra Costa Counties (East Bay Modern Real Estate).

To learn more visit us online at Marin Modern Real Estate, San Francisco Modern Real Estate, and East Bay Modern Real Estate.

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