“Great architecture is timeless.
Regardless of when it was designed and built,
it still feels relevant today.”
Aaron Kirman, President of the International Estates Division of John Aaroe Group is one of the leading real estate agents in the USA and has repeatedly been named Top Agent in Los Angeles. He has an extensive client base featuring those who seek the luxury lifestyle including heads of industry, celebrities, royalty, major lending institutions and foreign investors.
As a prominent figure in the luxury real estate market, Aaron has received International acclaim from the Architectural and Estate communities and represents some of the most exclusive residences across the globe including: Frank Lloyd Wrights Ennis House, Richard Neutras Kaufmann Residence, Frank Gehrys Schnabel House , Lions Gate by Paul Williams and the only Oscar Niemeyer in North America. Aaron’s vast knowledge and expertise in selling exclusive properties has helped him to procure some of the highest prices in Beverly Hills, Hollywood Hills, Beverly Hills PO and Malibu. His most recent price record in Hollywood set the bar at $4,722 price per sq foot, representing both the seller and buyer on Case Study 21.
Aaron attributes his success to his vast marketing and advertising strategies, partners, market knowledge, exclusive contact base and true love of luxury sales. He is sought by many developers to sell multi-unit projects including a private island in the Pacific, Turks and Caicos, and the W Hotels. Many developers, architects and designers contact Aaron prior to construction and completion of their projects to take advantage of his long track record of success to insure the design, architecture and plan would appeal to the right high end buyers. Aaron is often featured in various media outlets including CNBC, The New York Times, CNN The Los Angeles Times, Variety, the London Times, E Entertainment and CBS. Media sources often call for information and quotes as he is a go to source for current real estate insight.
Aaron is a whirling dervish, with a work schedule that starts early and ends late. Even he must take a break from the deal making and the search for the next great listing. So when the non-stop schedule demands a break his destination of choice is Rio de Janeiro, Paris, and Rome, all cities with amazing architecture. On a final note, Kirman sums up his feelings: “Great architecture is timeless. Regardless of when it was designed and built, it still feels relevant today.”