Robert Radcliffe

Robert Radcliffe specializes in residential sales in Brentwood, Malibu, Pacific Palisades and Santa Monica, representing well-over 500 luxury homeowner clients and presently working at the globally recognized Sotheby’s International Realty Pacific Palisades office. Rob has led agent training programs, discussed real estate issues on television and in print, and successfully managed real estate offices. He offers almost two decades of sales experience, extensive market knowledge and a successful track record of multi-company agent networking. View videos and more about Rob at

After years of being a top-producing agent, ranked in the top one percent worldwide and recognized by the Wall Street Journal as one of the top 250 sales teams in the USA, Rob's results prove he has mastered the systems to either find you your dream home or guarantee getting your existing home sold (ask about the "Guarantee Program"). He has also bought, sold and built homes for himself, bringing not only many years of representing clients, but also valuable personal experience that you can draw on throughout your transaction.

Rob's clients truly appreciate his direct, no-nonsense approach to doing business. They are also impressed with the supporting team he has assembled to lead clients smoothly and efficiently through the home buying and selling process. This, in turn, allows Rob to focus on the important details that other agents who work alone often miss.

Rob is conscious of the fact that the decision to buy or sell a home usually involves the entire family and he respects the fact that every member has his or her personal goals and expectations. Rob's own goal is to establish a lasting business relationship with clients - not just for one sale, but for life. Rob wants to earn your lifetime business and later your referral business from your first transaction.

Rob also has been active in supporting his community. He has sponsored tennis events at the Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades for Chrysalis and Spinal Muscular Atrophy.