Shawn Kormondy, of Keller Williams Realty in Beverly Hills, launched LA Land Man in 2010 during the Great Recession. Shawn had been brokering real estate with Keller Williams Realty since 2004. Then the crash occurred, changing the entire landscape of the real estate market. Rather than remain stagnant, Shawn adapted. He accepted an offer to sell a vacant lot in a less desirable part of Bel Air, Beverly Glen. Given the state of the market, any business was good business. Using his unique marketing savvy and pre-crash experience, Shawn made the sale. More importantly, he impressed other land owners in the area. He soon amassed dozens upon dozens of listings and then sales in an untapped market. Thus, La Land Man was born.
Following the crash, Shawn positioned LA Land Man as THE epicenter to list and sell vacant land. Using social media advertising and cutting edge technology and strategies, Shawn made land listings sexy. He brought his unique brand to a dry and impersonal area of real estate. Over the years, Shawn quickly developed his brand on the foundation of his extensive experience and marketing savvy.
Fast forward to 2018, the economy is surging, money is flowing, and hammers are banging out new construction everywhere you look. His signs appear all over highly trafficked streets streets like Benedict Canyon, Coldwater Canyon, and Laurel Canyon Blvd – advertising to hundreds of potential buyers a day. And with hundreds of development opportunities sold, Shawn has seen and heard it all. His expertise in land use enables him to articulate the scope of any project in the city of Los Angeles, from single family to multi family development to prospective buyers.