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When we move, it’s not just from building to building, it's from chapter to chapter in the course of our lives. Buying or selling a home is not just a transaction, it’s a transition. Simultaneously exciting and nerve-wracking, it’s an event best navigated with a calm, knowledgeable, and understanding agent at the helm. Wendy Gillotte believes that being cooperative, accessible, maintaining a positive attitude, and providing undivided personal attention are the keys to a smooth and successful transition. And it doesn’t hurt to nurture a few laughs along the way.
Having lived the hectic life of a film and television writer/editor/producer in both New York and LA, Wendy understands how vital it is to have an aesthetic sanctuary to retreat to and create our lives from. She believes that people are not “picky”, they just know what they want. If you’re searching for the perfect property, she will persist until you find it. And then apply the strategies required in this competitive market to successfully negotiate on your behalf until you get it.
Due to her extensive marketing expertise, Wendy also knows how to successfully market and position your current property to obtain a timely sale with maximum return. As an agent for Sotheby’s International Realty, she’ll provide the state-of-the-art marketing expertise and customer service that Sotheby’s International Realty is famous for - while listing your home with global exposure.
Attention Artists: Being a life-long freelance creative person, Wendy truly understands the particular needs of those who work from their homes. She specializes in locating or selling residences that offer creative solutions for those seeking a writer’s retreat, a music composing and/or recording space, an artist’s studio, or simply an aesthetic light-filled room from which you can comfortably make things happen. Additionally, she appreciates that artists often don’t have traditional incomes, and can guide those with unique financial situations through the process of home ownership.
When she’s not fawning over architecture and design, Wendy applies her Art Center College of Design training to taking moody fine art photos. She also volunteers for Karma Rescue in LA, fostering liberated shelter dogs awaiting adoption. And while she fails miserably at cross-breeding roses that smell like myrrh, she takes great pride in her successes connecting interesting people with their beautiful new spaces.