About Jeff Yarbrough

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JEFF YARBROUGH is a top-producing licensed Realtor who, due to his clients wide-spread geographic interests, has knowledge of all of Los Angeles’ most desirable neighborhoods. Says Jeff: “I work from the mountains to the sea. I’ve listed and sold homes from Pasadena to the ocean, from Mt. Washington to Hancock Park, from the Sunset Strip and Beverly Hills to Marina Del Rey.” Jeff began his real estate career at the esteemed brokerage DBL, which was eventually purchased by Sotheby’s. Jeff has spent the last 10 years of his professional life at Keller Williams Beverly Hills, where he also runs the office’s mentorship program for new agents. “Beverly Hills is the perfect location for me. It sits in the middle of my territory. I can get to Silver Lake or Santa Monica pretty quick.” Jeff is routinely ranked in the top 1% of agents at Keller Williams internationally (there are over 120,000) and is always among the top 250 agents in L.A. County (there are tens of thousands). Jeff and his team, L.A. Luxe Group, sell over $75,000,000 worth of property each year.

“Making money in the communities where I work means giving back,” says Jeff. “My personal passion is finding homes—not only for people—but for animals.” Jeff chooses a charity annually and makes donations from each and every closing to that charity. For 2016, Jeff has designated The Tailwaggers Foundation (TWF) to receive money from his business. “The Tailwaggers Foundation is unique among animal charities: It provides funds to pay-off existing veterinary bills for animal rescue organizations,” says Jeff. “The rescue orgs are operating in debt due to caring for sick and injured animals. TWF help them with those costs which, in turn, helps the rescues focus on placing animals in loving homes.”

Jeff lives in West Hollywood with his rescue French Bulldog, Jammer, and has served on Advisory Boards and Commissions for his home town at the request of City Councilmen like Jon Heilman and John Duran and former Council Members Jeff Prang and Abbe Land.

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