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Hans Grevenstrale

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Hans Grevenstrale, born in Sweden, son of two real estate brokers. From early age, Hans was a part of the family business of selling Castles and mansions in the Southwestern part of Sweden. Hans's parents nische in real estate was to sell Castles and commercial agricultural farms. Since Sweden has a long history with monarchy and properties with historical significance, Hans has seen/sold castles built from the 13th century to 19th century.

In early 2000's Hans moved to California in pursuit of a Marketing degree from California State University Fullerton. While studying at California State University Fullerton Hans met his wife. While Hans's wife to be, was studying, she also working for a company handling real estate owned properties. This led to the introduction of several asset managers with nationwide accounts. This created a full circle and Hans Grevenstrale rediscovered his Passion for real estate.

Hans Grevenstrale was previously with The Serhant Team Los Angeles. The Serhant Team is primarily known from the Emmy nominated Bravo Tv show ‘Million Dollar Listing New York'. After his time with The Serhant Team Hans decided to go on his own to better serve his clients

The Hans Group is comprised of full-service real estate experts who strive to service the entire spectrum of exclusive clients that Los Angeles has to offer. Hans firmly believes in the level of professionalism and dedication that is required in the business of high-end luxury real estate. He prides himself on maintaining trust and satisfaction amongst his diverse client-base. Hans believes that real estate is not simply about buying and selling property, it is the expression of a lifestyle and he works tirelessly to ensure the complete satisfaction of each and every client.

Make Today a Fantastic Day!

Yours Sincerely,  

Hans Grevenstrale 

Associate Broker 

DRE:    01876418 NMLS: 1405267


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