Rodeo Realty Fine Estates Beverly Hills

 Luxury Real Estate Consultants 


Martine Zoller and Heather Witt

Martine Zoller, a native of Beverly Hills, specializes in representing the most desirable high-end properties on the Westside. Martine's passion for, and dedication to, success in real estate began with her family-owned local apartment buildings. She sought more challenging real estate opportunities and became an agent almost 20 years ago.  Martine has been honing her craft working with well-renowned real estate companies.

Having grown up in Beverly Hills, Martine has unparalleled knowledge of this sophisticated city and an extensive client list including many CEOs, celebrities, and entertainment industry executives. Her familiarity with the city is an invaluable asset for her clients. Martine meets her clients’ needs in their new communities with concierge style recommendations for stellar entertainment options, home resources and lifestyle necessities.

Heather Witt hails from a long line of builders and developers. She graduated magna cum laude from Loyola University, Chicago. After working many years in marketing, gaining extraordinary skills in outreach and client services, she embraced the job she was born to do - real estate.

Rookie of the year her first year in real estate, Heather is now with Rodeo Realty Fine Estates Beverly Hills. She is a Certified Senior Specialist and Green Real Estate Professional and is proud to be with a company that shares altruistic values and favors integrity, sincerity, and trust above all principles. With her extraordinary leadership, partnership, and support, Heather insures your experience will be exceptional.

Rodeo Realty Fine Estates
202 N. Canon Dr.
Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Martine Zoller  (310) 486-7095

DRE# 01355433

Heather Witt  (310) 948-9000 

DRE# 01853528

Contact Reds on Rodeo for a full assessment on how we can help you reach your real estate goals

Rodeo Realty Fine Estates
202 N. Canon Dr.
Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Martine Zoller 310-486-7095

CalBRE license #01355433

Heather Witt 310-948-9000

CalBRE license #01853528


Selling Your Most Valuable Asset

Some of the most important factors in selling a home are price and condition. The proper pricing begins with a competitive market analysis, or CMA, of comparable homes in your neighborhood, and a firm grasp on market trends and economic factors.

Next it is imperative that you have a realistic idea of your home’s condition. Going through the house to see if there are any cosmetic or structural defects that can be repaired will help you fetch top dollar for your home. Staging can also be helpful by inspiring the buyer to imagine your space fitting their personal needs and tastes.

Another factor is marketing. It is vital that the home gets the exposure it deserves through open houses, broker open houses, advertising, great signage, listing on the local multiple listing service, and a full internet campaign.

There are two methods many people use to determine their homes value, an appraisal and CMA.

Appraisals vary in cost, but are about $400 for a single family home and more on multi-family dwellings. Appraisers review numerous factors and base information on recent sales of similar properties, their location, square footage, construction quality, lot size and amenities such as pools, gyms, etc.

A CMA on the other hand is an informal estimate of market value performed by a Realtor or broker. It is based on sales and listings that will compete with your property that are similar in size, condition, style and location. A range of values will be determined to provide a reasonable estimate of market value. Many Realtors offer a free analysis anticipating they will be able to list your home.

The way you live in a home and the way you sell a house are two very different things. First and foremost, "de-clutter" counter tops, walls and rooms. Too many "things" and strong stylistic choices make it difficult for the buyer to see their possessions in your home; however don't strip everything completely or it will appear stark and inhospitable. Then clean and make sure all rooms, furnishings, floors, walls and ceilings are attractive. It's especially important that the bathroom and kitchen are spotless. Organize closets. Make sure the basic fixtures work and repair leaky faucets and frayed cords. Make sure the house smells good - from an apple pie or cookies baking. Hide the kitty litter, and possibly put fresh flowers throughout the house. Pleasant background music is also a nice touch.

The second important thing to consider is "curb appeal." People driving by a property will judge it from outside appearances and make a decision then as to whether or not they want to see the inside. Sweep the sidewalk, mow the lawn, prune the bushes, weed the garden and clean debris from the yard. Clean the windows (both inside and out) and make sure the paint is not chipped or flaking. Also make sure that the doorbell works.

You don't! People feel very uncomfortable when they are in the presence of the seller. Homes that fit a buyer's exact criteria can be passed up because the buyer didn't want to interact with the seller. It causes negative feelings that may be impossible to overlook. Not only that, the seller may become offended by the comments made by buyers and turn down a great offer for personal reasons.  Give all of the parties space in the transaction.  Hire a professional to show the home in its best light.

Reds on Rodeo and Rodeo Realty create a custom marketing plan to sell your home. This will be a systematic plan based on proven successful results. Of course, sellers’ goals and each home are unique and require different approaches. For a better idea of how Reds on Rodeo can work to sell your home contact us at (310) 948-9000.

Designer’s Dream Home for Lease

3310 Oak Glen
Los Angeles, CA  90068

    4 beds, 3.5 bath, aprox 2800 sqft,
$10,700/ month
There is a glistening saltwater pool in this Hollywood Hills / Cahuenga Pass designer’s dreamhome. With the iPad home-butler system you can set the music, lights, 8-camera security to fit your every mood. This chef’s kitchen is complete with built-in nook, Viking appliances and 120-bottle wine refrigerator. With a stunning open floor-plan it’s the perfect entertaining space with a descending television and speakers throughout. The screening room will knock your socks off with premium sound and a sports book feel. Let the games begin in the speakeasy-inspired hidden room for blackjack and libations. This spectacular furnished lease in the most convenient location for studios and activities on both sides of the hill won’t last. Come and get it quickly.

Approx. 2,800 sf
4 Bedroom, 3.5 Baths
Saltwater Pool
Gourmet kitchen
Screening/game rooms
8 Camera security system
Gated compound
Call Martine Zoller for a showing
(310) 486-7095
BRE# 01355433