Rod Aragon and Marcella Ketelhut bring distinct experiential and relational prowess with over 30 years of real estate and legal transactional and management experience. Rod is a third generation California real estate broker, ranked among the top 10% of 38,000 Realtors in Los Angeles, and Marcella is a seasoned transactional and litigation lawyer. They provide all of their clients with integrity and complete attention to their needs and concerns.
What really matters to clients - communication. Attention to detail. Understanding the hyper-local marketplaces. Ability to move quickly and swiftly ahead of online analytics and internet access. Relationships with other agents and community influencers and businesspeople. Integrated relationships with other vetted professionals (lawyers, business managers, land use consultants, builders, landscape professionals, architects, estate planners, CPA’s, designers.) Protecting their privacy and minimizing disruption in family lifestyle/schedules. Understanding that each transaction is distinct, unique, and each client’s interests need to be protected as if it were the agent’s own property.
Rod and Marcella deliver this and have closed or managed over 2,000 transactions. For over 30 years, Rod has specialized in residential sales, corporate relocation (including for the Raiders and Rams,) and new construction in Pacific Palisades, Thousand Oaks, and throughout the Los Angeles Westside and Conejo Valley areas. Rod and Marcella also represent commercial and land buyers, and specialize in 1031 exchanges. A large percentage of their transactions take place off-market, protecting privacy and allowing exclusive pieces of property to change hands quietly. Their unwavering commitment to providing the highest level of service and discretion has earned them the loyalty of a discerning roster of clients, including A-list celebrities, professional athletes, and business managers.
Each transaction also serves the community, as 10% of commissions are donated to 805Giving, which distributes them to police, fire, foster, and environmental causes in Ventura and Los Angeles counties.