dpp Real Estate Welcomes Bryan J. Martinez

dpp real estate is excited to announce Bryan J. Martinez as a new agent to our Pasadena family.

Originally from the Central Coast of California, Bryan made the transition to real estate, after a decades long career as a television editor in Hollywood. You could say that real estate is in the genes. Bryan’s father operated two real estate offices in San Luis Obispo County, and his brother is a landscape architect. In addition, Bryan spends much of his free time on home improvement projects, whether for himself, friends, family or clients. His real full time job though is raising two teenage daughters. Once a competitive cyclist, Bryan now rides recreationally, and also enjoys other outdoor pursuits like hiking the local mountains with his fiancé. As a 20+ year resident of the San Gabriel Valley, Bryan knows the area intimately and is ready and eager to assist with all your real estate needs.
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