Sotheby’s Tackles Gen/X and Millennials

Sotheby’s International Realty recruitment of Sean Erenstoft demarks the uniting of the world’s leading full-service art business with one of Generation X’s most respected real estate sales titans.  Erenstoft began his career working with Lloyd’s of London’s insureds handling distressed property sales involving the forced liquidation of luxury and commercial properties mired in divorce, probate, estate sales and bankruptcy.  His quarter-century of legal prowess won him a coveted role with Sotheby’s International Realty representing the next generation of buyers and sellers of luxury property in California.

Counting himself as a Gen-X’er, Sean Erenstoft understands that the new generation of home-buyers demands the full-spectrum of modernity and openness without compromising privacy.  “Today’s homes are utilizing every square foot of buildable area — but my clients are insisting on their privacy from neighbors and passersby.”  Creative exteriors coupled with innovative interior designs ensure privacy in the ever more impacted communities that my clients seems to enjoy.

There is high demand for living close to the Sunset Strip, Equinox, and Bristol Farms.  Life in the epicenter requires that high-traffic neighborhoods are transformed into easily accessible enclaves in popular neighborhoods.  While the price tag for the proximity to pop-culture continues to rise, those who demand it are also constructing their own habitats by which to escape the noise and scrutiny of fellow city-dwellers.

Erenstoft has teamed up with Sotheby’s and a rich assortment of architects, interior designers and landscapers to ensure that his Gen-X and Millennial clientele are meeting their objectives to stay local, remain secluded, and live luxuriously.  If you have questions about L.A.’s luxury market (including Beverly Hills, Bel Air, Encino, Malibu and Hollywood), contact Sean Erenstoft who is now teamed-up with Sotheby’s International Realty in their Beverly Hills office.  Sean handles rentals and sale properties for the rich assortment of modern innovators who are. . . the next-generation.

Sean Erenstoft can be reached at (310) 613-8887.


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Sean Erenstoft formed Hard Corp. Media to consolidate his various publishing efforts under one roof. Erenstoft is a former prosecutor having worked for both the Orange and Los Angeles County District Attorney's offices before going solo to handle civil rights and business litigation matters for two decades. Sean Erenstoft has written two books. The first book -- Rampart: Crossing the [Blue] Line detailed police and prosecutorial corruption and threatened to expose systematic corruption by the elected top-prosecutor in Los Angeles. That book was seized from Erenstoft's home by the L.A.D.A. in concert with the L.A.P.D. Erenstoft's second book -- L.A. Cutthroats is the successor book detailing Erenstoft's whistleblowing activities which lead to the A.C.L.U.'s lawsuit against Los Angeles' top law enforcement officer for his systematic effort to hide exculpatory (Brady) evidence. The book proceeds to describe Erenstoft's tribulations to find a fix to the problem of absolute prosecutorial immunity and his eventual vindication when he helped pen (and lobby for) a new law making it a felony for prosecutors to hide evidence from defense counselors handling criminal matters. L.A. Cutthroats was submitted to the Pulitzer prize foundation by Erenstoft's publisher in May, 2017. is HCM's civil rights blog intended to give voice to matters involving civil rights and due process.