Anthony Marguleas is the owner of Amalfi Estates, one of Los Angeles’ leading independent real estate companies, providing exclusive representation to both buyers and sellers. Founded in 1995, the company is headquartered in Pacific Palisades.
Marguleas is a true entrepreneur whose success comes through perseverance, hard work, and an unshakeable belief in the right of his clients to be well informed. He ensures that they receive the best possible information. His service is founded on the question, "Is it in my client's best interest?"
He has individually sold close to $1 billion in properties, and is ranked #100 by The Wall Street Journal out of over one million agents nationwide. His award-winning approach to service has been profiled on ABC News and the Fine Living Network, as well as in The Wall Street Journal, Consumer Reports, and the Los Angeles Times. He has been a Real Estate columnist for local newspapers and has published 200 real estate articles. Since 2004, Marguleas has guest lectured for UCLA’s real estate principles class, and he co-authored the book California Real Estate Client Strategies.
Marguleas has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of California, Riverside, where he received the Outstanding Alumnus Award. In addition, he was enrolled in the MRED program (Masters in Real Estate Development and Finance) at USC. He is an active member in several real estate organizations, including the State and National Association of Realtors, and holds several professional designations such as Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist. He is an expert negotiator thanks to his completion of the highly respected KARASS seminars course, which has helped save tens of thousands of dollars for his many clients.
Marguleas truly believes in giving back to his community. As a former vice president of the Pacific Palisades Chamber of Commerce, he is also active with Meals on Wheels and is a board member of the Kitchen Community, which impacts over 100,000 children a day with nearly 200 Learning Gardens in schools and community organizations across the country. In addition, Anthony is adamant on giving back 10% of his net commission from every sale to the charity of his clients' choice. View the complete list of his donations.
Anthony resides in Pacific Palisades with his wife, Sue, and their four children, who all attend local schools.