Marty Halfon | Keller Williams Beverly Hills
Marty Halfon is a seasoned real estate professional with a deep understanding of the Beverly Hills market. With over 40 years of experience in the industry, Marty Halfon has developed a keen eye for identifying opportunities and providing tailored solutions to clients.
Having been a resident of Beverly Hills since 1962, Marty possesses an intimate knowledge of the local community, its unique charm, and the ever-evolving real estate landscape. In addition to his expertise, Marty has personally owned and managed a portfolio of homes and multi-family properties in Beverly Hills and the surrounding area, giving him firsthand experience in the intricacies of property ownership and investment in the area.
This extensive familiarity allows Marty to offer unparalleled insights and guidance to clients seeking their dream homes or investment properties in Beverly Hills. Whether you’re looking for a luxurious single-family home, condominium, or a multi-unit property, Marty has the expertise to navigate the market and find the perfect fit for your needs.
Marty’s commitment to exceptional client service goes beyond just finding the perfect property. With a genuine passion for helping others, Marty takes pride in understanding each client’s needs and desires, ensuring a personalized and stress-free experience throughout the entire real estate journey.
Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer, a seasoned investor, or looking to sell your property, Marty provides you with the highest level of professionalism, integrity, and expertise. With Marty by your side, you can trust that your real estate goals will be met with precision and care. Let Marty share his knowledge and experience with you.
Outside of real estate, Marty is very active in the Beverly Hills community. He created and operated The Hollywood Hot Dog Company, ran for Beverly Hills City Council, and am part of TEAM BEVERLY HILLS. Marty also founded Lone Star Studio, home to TV shows and movies such as Ripley’s Believe It or Not! The Matrix, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen and many others.
Marty tries to stay active with a number of local non-profit organizations including the City of Hope, Jewish Old Age Home and Children’s Hospital.