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Madison Hildebrand

Although the current housing market may still be volatile, business is good for Madison Hildebrand, an agent with Coldwell Banker specializing in luxury real estate along the coveted stretch of California coastline from Malibu into Beverly Hills. At only 31-years old, the past few years have yielded over $100 million in sales for Hildebrand, who also juggles gigs like Bravo’s popular reality show Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles and corresponding for the celebrity real estate segment of E! News. His on-air presence may be credited with establishing his celebrity, but certainly not his extraordinary success. Hildebrand was named in the top 2% of agents for Coldwell Banker internationally, among other accolades.

With quite the impressive résumé, Hildebrand can afford to pick and choose his projects. “I want to make sure that the home and the seller’s idea of price are realistic, because I don’t want to waste my time, and I don’t want a seller that’s extremely stubborn. I’m more looking for what the seller’s expectations are, and what I think the house could actually move for, so it’s kind of matching that, most importantly.” He’s also quick to mention his appreciation for modern homes that utilize natural light, pointing out, “I think I gravitate more towards younger sellers, and people that appreciate technology.”

Story by Caroline Pham | Photography by Adrian Van De Water

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