Historically, there are few words more synonymous with real estate than "location". It has always been at the forefront of what is considered top priority when investing in a property. The philosophy is that the better location it has, the more premium it will command.
Luxury is defined as a situation of great comfort, ease, and wealth. To us at L3, one man's home is another man's castle. Not all homes have to be excessively upgraded estates for us to consider them part of our luxury division.
Lifestyle is a particular way of living. We at L3 believe this is without a doubt the most important of our 3 L's when investing in a property. Location matters, having a Luxury home is amazing, but ultimately our Lifestyle defines us.
If there is one thing our brand aims to promote, is that the antiquated focus on location as the sole significance in real estate is just simply not enough in today's market. Our philosophy is that the client needs to find one of their 3 L's as a starting point and then strive to achieve the other two in order to achieve the ultimate acquisition.
By combining The Location, The Luxury, and The Lifestyle...they have manifested the vision of L3.
Jake was great to work with. It was my first time buying a house and he made it easy. He was able to help me find exactly what I was looking for, within my price range too. I would definitely recommend him to anyone looking to buy in the area.
Elia first helped us 21 years ago to find our first home. We have since used her for both buying and selling our houses. I can not begin to explain how thankful we are with her knowledge, service and especially her patience. Try telling a real estate agent she can’t have any open houses on a Sunday during football season. She was patient and able to work around my husband’s request.…
Having known him over 7 years both within and outside the real estate industry, Mr. Weichman represents the level of professionalism, skill and knowledge expected of a business owner and veteran professional. While keeping pace with ever-changing elements like technology and vital resources, Larry’s business model demands personal contact, consistency with one-on-one relationships, and a…