Real estate transactions can be large and complicated. With over two decades of real estate experience Kathy and Delphine have seen it all and are prepared to handle your transaction with ease and grace.
There’s something to be said for a well established real estate professional. Kathy and Delphine have built strong relationships with other area agents and have extensive experience working with high-profile clientele from a range of industries.
Since joining forces in 1993, Delphine Mann and Kathy Marshall have sold over 300 multi-million dollar properties located in every area of the Westside. The duo has handled the needs of clients in virtually every price range on the Westside, while paying attention to details and the personal satisfaction of each client.
Delphine and Kathy’s low-key manner and extensive experience dealing with high-profile executives, director, actors and other members of the motion picture industry, have combined to rank as top producers in the competitive Southern California real estate market.
"I have had the privilege of working with Kathy on a number of real estate transactions. She is an amazing real estate agent with an unparalleled market expertise. Kathy is an incredible problem solver and completely dedicated to getting the deal done with the utmost integrity. She is beyond professional, articulate and most importantly loyal to her clients. "
- Media Executive
"Thank you so much for your professional judgment, attention assistance and moral support from start of finish" as well as
your encouragement (and occasional cattle prods, when needed!) I love you both and thank you again!"
- Client relocating from LA
"The pleasure of working with you on this transaction is a great gift- and I look forward to working
with you again in the future".
- Business ManagerBeverly Hills, CA
"I honestly don't know what I would do without you two. Thankfully, I don't need to worry. You truly make it a pleasure every time and I always value your opinion, and, best of all, you actually have one! Thanks again."