Who we are

Meet the people that make your dreams come true

Sam Wood

Sam Wood

CEO & Founder

He created our company in 1987 and has grown it to one of the most prominent and respected Real Estate Agencies of the world. He is also the President of the Local Association of Luxury Real Estators and a distinguished community member.

Marika Liu

Marika Liu

VP of Sales

An experienced professional in managing large groups of agents and sales representatives, she is responsible for the largest part of our agency revenues

James Brown

James Brown

Head of International Relations

James takes care of growing our network of worldwide partners, building bonds and cultivating relations that allow our customers to access the widest range of properties possible

Mark Hammill

Mark Hammill

VP of Marketing

Every marketing activity - online, offline and in person - starts with an idea from Mark. He is also in charge of implementing strategies and tactics, ensuring our company receives the deserved brand recognition and awareness

What we believe in

Our values

List here what your company believes in, its core values such as:

  • integrity
  • customer happines
  • honesty
  • ...

Our vision

A vision statement is a declaration of an organization's objectives, ideally based on economic foresight, intended to guide its internal decision-making. A vision statement is not limited to business organizations and may also be used by non-profit or governmental entities.

Our mission

A mission statement, a type of statement of purpose, is a statement which is used to communicate the purpose of an organization. Although most of the time it will remain the same for a long period of time, it is not uncommon for organizations to update their mission statement;[citation needed] this generally happens when an organization evolves. Mission statements are normally short and simple statements[citation needed] which outline what the organization's purpose is and are related to the specific sector an organization operates in.

Properly crafted mission statements serve as filters to separate what is important to an organization from what is not, clearly state which markets will be served and how, and communicate a sense of intended direction to the entire organization. A mission differs from a vision in that the former is the cause and the latter is the effect; a mission is something to be accomplished whereas a vision is something to be pursued for that accomplishment. Other designations of the "mission" concept may include "company mission, "corporate mission", or "corporate purpose".