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About Joyce Rey


Joyce Rey, one of the most recognized and respected names in luxury real estate, has amassed nearly $2 billion in real estate sales over the course of her career.  In June, 2011, she earned the distinction of being the #1 Coldwell Banker real estate agent Worldwide and in 2012 the ‘Joyce Rey Team’ was #1 on the entire West Coast, logging almost $300 million in residential real estate transactions.

Referred to as the “First Lady of Luxury Real Estate” by the Chinese Media, and the “Billionaire’s Broker” by, Joyce has consistently ranked among the nation’s top real estate agents.  A member of the Society of Excellence, Coldwell Banker’s highest honor, Ms. Rey was also listed as a top residential agent in The Wall Street Journal’s “Real Trends.”  Her track record continues to capture media attention, which led to her inclusion in Elle Magazine’s “2012 Women in Hollywood Power List,” and landed her on the cover page of Haute Living’s 2013’s “100 Most Influential Angelenos,” where they distinguished her as a top power player.
Despite the demands of her business, Joyce remains passionately dedicated to philanthropic projects as well.  She currently serves on the Southern California Executive Board for the US Fund for UNICEF and the Board of the Coldwell Banker Community Foundation, and she’s also been a member of the Board of Directors for the “Blue Ribbon” at the Music Center and numerous other charities.  Residing in her own award-winning Mid-Century modern in Beverly Hills Ms. Rey is proud of her home, but her true joy comes from finding her clients their own extraordinary residences — which are very often landmark properties!

Explore Beverly Hills, CA With Joyce Rey

    • The residential crowd is made up of...

      The residential crowd in Beverly Hills is diverse and always interesting! Our world-renowned city has been home to celebrities, entrepreneurs from around the world, as well as long-time California residents. The various neighborhoods represent a wide range of value and the schools are among the best in the country. The shopping is world class and our new Annenberg Cultural Center hosts some of the most exciting dance, theatre, and entertainers in the magnificently restored post office building, originally built by Will Rogers, and expanded by Zoltan Pali to become an architectural triumph.
    • The community vibe is...

      The vibe is sophisticated, yet casual, and the popular and renowned restaurants draw people from around the area. The many prestigious hotels host many black tie charitable events, and our art galleries are world famous
    • The lifestyle offered is...

      Beverly Hills is ideally located close to Santa Monica and Malibu beaches–just a 45 minute drive. You will find a wonderful alpine retreat at Lake Arrowhead, which is only a two-hour drive from the city, with fantastic water sports, and great cabin rentals. Palm Springs, one of the world’s most popular desert resorts, is replete with the best spas, restaurants, and casual desert living, only a two and a half hour drive from Beverly Hills. Did I mention our glamorous neighbor, “Hollywood?!”
    • The most popular building type you’ll find is...

      Because the values of Beverly Hills real estate compare favorably with Manhattan, London, and Hong Kong, our real estate market is extremely strong. Many real estate investors are remodeling properties, which appeal to the high demand for beautiful new construction. There are four main neighborhoods. The south Beverly Hills residential section is the most affordable. The “Flats” of Beverly Hills, just north of Santa Monica Boulevard and the shopping district, are extremely attractive to families because of the convenient sidewalks. North of Sunset is where the larger estates and properties, which afford the most privacy, are located. One of the most exciting neighborhoods is Trousdale Estates, where most of the properties are deed-restricted to single-story, and the majority of those properties have stunning views of the city with the ever-popular contemporary and mid-century architecture.
    • The average home price is...

      The average home price varies according to the neighborhood. The price per square foot also varies according to the condition of the house and the size of the lot but approximates $1,300 per square foot. For extraordinary, high-end luxury estates, $2,000 to $3,000 per square foot is the norm.

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