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Pacific Union brokerage brand sees major expansion

Californian luxury real estate brokerage Pacific Union International has expanded into the Los Angeles market, its largest expansion yet. The brand is the 8th largest real estate brokerage in the US and the expansion unites more than 900 real estate professionals from three of Los Angeles’ most powerful independent luxury brokerages – John Aaroe Group, Partners Trust, and Gibson International – under a single brand. ...more

Pacific Union International Brand Launches in Los Angeles to Create the Ultimate California Real Estate Company

 Nick Segal Named President of Pacific Union International in Southern California SAN FRANCISCO/LOS ANGELES, Jan. 3, 2018 — Pacific Union International, the West Coast’s leading luxury real estate brand and the eighth-largest real estate brokerage in the U.S., today announced its brand launch in the Los Angeles market. The move into Southern California marks Pacific Union’s largest expansion yet and unites a founding team of ...more

Pacific Union launches in LA with SoCal ‘dream team’

Nick Segal of Partners Trust to run the regional operation as president of Pacific Union LA Today San Francisco-based luxury independent brokerage Pacific Union International formally introduced its brand into Southern California and announced that Nick Segal, co-founder of Los Angeles boutique Partners Trust, will be named president of Pacific Union L.A. Over the past 14 months, Pacific Union has been making a series of ...more

Pacific Union rebrands three Los Angeles home sales brokerages under its banner

Pacific Union International, the eighth-largest real estate brokerage in the country, is expanding into the Los Angeles market. As part of the change, the brokerage’s name will immediately replace those of John Aaroe Group, Partners Trust and Gibson International on listing signs in front of hundreds of homes for sale in the county. Pacific Union bought the three independent luxury brokerages over the last two ...more

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Partners Trust founder Nick Segal named Pacific Union LA president amid rebranding

Pacific Union acquired Partners Trust, John Aaroe Group and Gibson International within a year Pacific Union has named Nick Segal, former chief executive and founder of Partners Trust, as president of Pacific Union Los Angeles, the company announced Wednesday. The announcement comes a day after the official rebranding of John Aaroe Group, Partners Trust and Gibson International, all of which Pacific Union gobbled up in ...more

Pacific Union International Includes Three Los Angeles Brokerages Under Branding Expansion

Pacific Union International, the eighth-largest real estate broker in the U.S., rebrands three independently owned home sales brokerages in the Los Angeles market, under expansion. The merger, including John Aaroe Group, Gibson International, and Partners Trust, expands with launches in LA with 900+ real estate professionals and executives. Over the past 12 months, Pacific Union has acquired all three luxury real estate brokerages and are ...more

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The Mark Company project The Austin starts 2018 off with a bang

The Austin in San Francisco Welcomes Homeowners and Brisk Sales The Austin, a newly constructed condominium complex located in San Francisco’s growing Lower Polk neighborhood, welcomed its first residents in late December. As new construction condominium inventory continues to decline year over year, and with just under 300 active condominium listings in the City of San Francisco, The Austin’s 100 units are welcome inventory. The ...more

Selma Hepp shines in interview with Bay Area Women Magazine

Meet Selma Hepp, Vice President, Business Intelligence Pacific Union International Q: I understand you were an international student … what lead to you study abroad? SH: I was both an international student coming from Croatia to U.S., but also went on a study abroad to Denmark while at a university in Virginia. I came to study in the U.S. following the war in former Yugoslavia. I studied ...more