DPP Real Estate Welcomes Partner Zach Mayer

dpp real estate is excited to announce Zach Mayer as a new agent to our Hancock Park family.

A lifelong interest in design and architecture led Zach to devote his career to real estate. His prior career in health and fitness has allowed him to develop expertise in guiding his clients to create a plan for long term success. Zach believes the best decisions are made with trusted advisors, and his clients have always valued his straightforwardness and foresight.

In his spare time, Zach can be found with his wife, Kate, at the Rose Bowl Flea Market every month looking for mid-century furniture and vintage threads. They often take their dog, Shadow, on hikes to enjoy the beautiful landscapes of Los Angeles. Taking friends to different neighborhood gems for food and entertainment, Zach believes, is the best way to experience Los Angeles. Zach prides himself on his spirit of service. Nothing makes him more proud than seeing his clients receive their keys — whether it’s their first home or their dream home. Let him answer your questions, and see how highly he regards your interests.

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