About Jennifer Mulberg
Jennifer Mulberg is an Estates Director with AKG | Christie’s International Real Estate in Los Angeles and New York City. Jennifer is a top producing agent having sold over $177 Million during her 20+ year career selling luxury real estate in Los Angeles. Ranked as the # 1 Real Estate Group in Southern California by the WSJ with over $16 Billion in total sales volume.
She has represented A-list celebrities such as: Natalie Portman, Orlando Bloom, Jared Leto, Kate Bosworth, Jack Huston, Renee Russo, Rihanna, David Harbour, Alex Skarsgard and Kumail Nanjiani as well as Fortune 500 CEO’s in Finance and Technology sector. She’s been on CNBC’s Listing Impossible, Million Dollar Listing LA and HGTV’s Selling LA. Featured in The Wall Street Journal, The Real Deal and Los Angeles Magazine. She specializes in Santa Monica, Pacific Palisades, Venice, Los Feliz and the surrounding areas. Jennifer’s clients appreciate her expertise in negotiation, marketing, and design which she uses to attain record-breaking prices for the listings she represents.
Having grown up in Tiburon, California she received her Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism and Public Relations from The University of Wisconsin- Madison. She started off her career in New York City working for: ESPN, ABC NEWS and The New York Times which helped prepare her to work with high profile celebrity clients.
Her love for a challenge, her ability to understand and work with an array of different types of clients makes her the obvious choice to work with. Jennifer’s key insights into the LA and NY real estate market and finely tuned intuition give her an edge. But it’s Jennifer’s enthusiasm and love for historic homes that has been her strong suit. Her genuine loyalty and dedication to her client’s needs makes her an invaluable asset to the team.
For the last 10 years Jennifer has been on the Board of The Present Now Foundation as well as the Kirman Charitable Foundation and the National Headache Foundation.
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