DPP Real Estate Welcomes Partner Sarah Michael Novia

dpp real estate is excited to announce Sarah Michael Novia as a new agent to our Hancock Park family.

Born and raised by real estate investors in New Canaan, CT, Sarah’s love for modern homes began when she first saw Philip Johnson’s Glass House. She became further enthralled when she was exposed to Philosophy of Architecture classes at New York University. Though she graduated with a B.A. in Individualized Study (Gallatin ‘01 -Jazz Vocal Performance, Theater, Comedic Writing), during and following her undergraduate studies, she designed interiors and office layouts for a successful commercial development company. In graduate school for Counseling and Human Systems (The Florida State University ‘06 – M.S., Ed.S.), she sat on the porch of her first Craftsman, and spent her weekends exploring the grand Revival style of the South. She moved out to Los Angeles for the sunshine and is still astounded with the access to everything. To her, it is the most incredible place to live in our country and her psychology background makes it even more exciting to help clients find a home perfectly tailored to their personality. She is also an expert in mediation, so she is always willing and ready to negotiate. The best relationship is a competition of generosity. Let her show you how her combined love for houses and helping people mixes elegantly with meeting your real estate needs and getting you exactly what you want for your home.

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