Tami Pardee was recently featured in Angeleno Magazine’s Town Concierge series as an expert on all things Venice Beach including the real estate market and the best places to eat, drink, and work up a sweat on the Westside. To read Tami’s full piece, pick up the September issue of Angeleno Magazine or read the digital edition below. Her feature appears right before the cover story about supermodel and TV personality Chrissy Teigen.

Town Concierge – Venice*

A Venice resident for almost 20 years, Tami Pardee’s expertise in the area is unrivaled. The owner and principal broker of Pardee Properties, Tami is currently ranked as the #1 broker in Los Angeles. To date, she has sold over $2 billion worth of residential and commercial properties. In 2015, Tami was ranked the #17 real estate agent in the United States by Real Trends/The Wall Street Journal and #9 in California.

Tami received her undergraduate degree from Boston University and her MBA from Loyola Marymount University. After several years working for a large corporate entity, Tami felt strongly about creating a business where she could give back to the community in which she was living and working to not only improve it, but, to also help it thrive. Her belief that buying a home is the single most important life decision a person makes led Tami to found Pardee Properties in 2005, to start helping families realize their dreams.

Furthering her deep commitment to the Venice community, Tami created the Life-Changer Program. Through every home sale and purchase, Pardee Properties empowers the transformation of lives and communities by donating 10% net proceeds of each sale to a local charity. They have always put their hearts where their home are and, with the Life-Changer Program, Pardee Properties has been able to change even more lives for the better. As of July 2015, they have donated over $740,000 to worthwhile community organizations, opening doors and lifting hearts, one life at a time.

Tami lives in Venice with her husband and their four children.

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