Lara Arslanian, J.D. is a full time REALTOR® and Broker with in Pasadena. Lara combines her exceptional educational and professional training when assisting each of her clients with their real estate transactions. She became a licensed California Real Estate Broker in 1998 after receiving her Juris Doctorate from the University of La Verne College of Law. Prior to that, she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in public relations from the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School of Communications and Journalism.
Lara’s legal education has given her the knowledge to understand complex real estate transactions. She possesses the skills required to be a formidable negotiator on behalf of her clients. Additionally, her public relations background provides her with the tools to market properties to their highest potential as well as to act as an effective liaison between buyers and sellers. Working with one of the most esteemed home builders in Pasadena at the start of her real estate career, Lara gained in-depth knowledge of home design, architecture and construction. Later, she went on to become the Director of Sales and Marketing at Toledo Homes, Inc. where she specialized in luxury home sales.
Entrusted with all their real estate needs, Lara provides each of her clients the knowledge, expertise and dedication they deserve. She is there for her clients well beyond each transaction, building relationships that last a lifetime.
Website: laraarslanian.com www.compass.com
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