By his second year in real estate, Scott Nell was already a top performer in his office. Today, he’s one of the San Fernando Valley’s most sought-after agents, known for his insightful, highly effective negotiating and marketing skills, unsurpassed customer service, and commitment to treating his clients like family. Scott especially holds a special place in his heart for his clients in family transition. Through many years of experience, he understands how tough it can be to undergo major changes in a family. “The truth sells,” he says. “I find that when I give people great information and advice, they make great decisions.” Scott entered the field with a unique edge. Over the years, Scott has acquired an expert stance on the strategy regarding Probate & Trust, Divorces, and 50+ Adults. As a Certified Seniors Real Estate Specialist (SRES®), Scott has the knowledge and expertise to counsel clients age 50+ through major financial and lifestyle transitions in relocating, refinancing, or selling the family home. The child of a Realtor®, he learned the value of home ownership early on – and saw how important a skilled, caring real estate agent can be in people’s lives. His early professional career was heavily involved in the entertainment industry. As a boy, he landed his first national commercial at age thirteen. By his mid-twenties, Scott had acted in several films, 50+ commercials, and later evolved into a film writer. Even Scott’s wife was in the industry: she is a former producer on Two-and-a-Half Men. It is these entertainment industry contacts with producers, writers, directors, actors, business managers, entertainment attorneys, and many behind-the camera personalities that give Scott the edge needed to help sell property in Los Angeles. With twenty years in the entertainment industry, Scott’s contacts run deep. Confidentiality is essential to any relationship. That is why all members of Scott’s team sign confidentiality agreements to ensure the privacy of his clients is upheld and respected. Scott’s polished combination of business and people skills makes him a wizard at holding the most difficult deals together. “My goal is to protect and serve my client to the fullest, making the transaction as stress-free as possible. On occasion, that can mean walking away from a deal I don’t feel is right for my client. No matter how tough it might seem at the time, I put staying true to the client ahead of the commission. It always comes back to reward everyone.”

“The truth sells,” Scott says. “I find that when you give people great information and advice, they make great decisions.”