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Sondra Ott has been a resident of Malibu and Brentwood for more than 25 years. She has been associated with the real estate industry for almost 25 years and has gained wide experience in many areas of real estate including residential sales, income property acquisitions, leasing and property management. Her preference has always been the sale of residential property. During her years in the industry she has sold a wide variety of real estate including a record sale of a 55-acre ranch in Malibu that was featured in a British Broadcasting Company special documentary along with other unique properties from around the world. She represents a variety of high-profile clients and on many occasions has represented these clients in multiple transactions.
Sondra is a well-organized person who services her clients' needs in a timely, efficient and caring manner. She works tirelessly to meet the objectives and needs of all of her clients. On a daily basis, she studies and researches home values in Beverly Hills, the Westside, Hancock Park and Malibu. This research gives her an excellent working knowledge of properties in these areas.
She brings to the real estate field an excellent educational background with a degree in Mathematics. She attended UCLA to receive her certification in a four-year program in the school of Environmental and Interior Design. Sondra has also studied in Paris, France and Florence, Italy. She spent many years traveling around the world and studied the architecture of many cultures.
Sondra is a workaholic who has found time to contribute to the community. She served as Chairman of the Decorative Arts Council at the Los Angeles County Museum for two terms as well as a Board Member of the Alumni of the UCLA School of Environmental and Interior Design. She is active in Save Venice of Venice, Italy to support the restoration of historical monuments located there. Sondra is also an active supporter of the Institute of Classical Architecture in Classical America.