Channa Kozlowsky brings a refined approach to real estate, combining her entrepreneurial spirit, business acumen, expertise, attention to detail and passion to create a unique client-focused experience. Channa moved to California to pursue her career goals. Her can-do attitude and entrepreneurial spirit follow her true calling and passion for real estate.
Channa currently resides in the Beverly Hills and specializes in selling homes in Hollywood Hills, Beverly Hills, Bel-Air, Holmby Hills, Westwood, Brentwood, Santa Monica, Pacific Palisades, Malibu, and the West Side of LA.
Channa takes her clients dreams as personally as her own. Whether it’s the sale of your current home or the purchase of your next, Channa brings the highest standards of integrity to each purchase, working with you every step of the way to make sure your needs are fully met. Buying a home is more than just acquiring a piece of property; it’s about pursuing your dream and investing wisely to achieve it. Channa leverages all her capabilities and resources to focus on one objective, finding that perfect residence for you to come home to.
When you’re ready to sell, Channa will engage her in-house marketing team to create an unparalleled, distinct marketing campaign tailored to your property. Combined with her own expertise in web-optimization and the pulse of the market, Channa knows what it takes to get you the highest price for your home.
How did you get started?
I’ve always had a passion for real estate. With lots of influence from family and friends, I wanted to show people how easy it is to get started investing in real estate, and I make sure to get them the very best deals.
What inspired you to start this business?
Inspiration comes from the ability to be as creative as you want to be and show people something they potentially have never seen before. For a lot of people, it is about money, fame and freedom. All of that is absolutely realistic and fantastic, but I mostly do it for the excitement of being creative and thinking on my own. I’ve always enjoyed being a voice for others and helping them share their stories. Let me help you write the next chapter of your life in your new home.
How do you make money?
The greater your reputation, the more likely you are to make money in the real estate business.
How long did it take for you to become profitable?
There is no “normal” when it comes to building a real estate career. I had my first deal within 45 days and got my first paycheck within 90 days. It can sometime take months and on the other hand days, one often has to wait 45-60 days after an offer is accepted just to get to the closing table, so there’s that obstacle. But most people could hammer hard on their sphere of influence and get someone signed up in the first 3 weeks if they really wanted to.
When you were starting out, was there ever a time you doubted it would work? If so, how did you handle that?
I never had any doubt, I was sure this is the right path for me and I flourished, I went with the flow and enjoy every minute of learning new facts.
How did you get your first customer?
Through our contacts in the entertainment industry.
What is one marketing strategy (other than referrals) that you’re using that works really well to generate new business?
Many agents put a lot of work into obtaining a listing but then skimp on the marketing because, in their opinion, they don’t feel the investment is warranted, or they think they don’t need to because the property will sell without any monetary investment on their part. That line of thinking is simply wrong and narrow-minded.
A well-presented online presence is key to reaching the masses, but what you put on the Internet should not only beautiful, but intrigues and interests your audience so that they linger a little longer, share your information, or message and visit again. An agent who goes the extra mile by utilizing all the tools in his or her arsenal will reap the benefits of his or her professionalism and meticulous presentation. Professional photography is imperative, Property-specific website with video is key, but print marketing should not be overlooked.
What is the toughest decision you’ve had to make in the last few months?
Real estate can take a toll on your family. Setting boundaries between work and home can be extremely difficult.
What do you think it is that makes you successful?
I take my clients’ dreams as personally as my own. Whether it’s the sale of current home or the purchase of the next, I brings the highest standards of integrity to each purchase, working with every step of the way to make sure needs are fully met; Buying a home is more than just acquiring a piece of property; it’s about pursuing your dream and investing wisely to achieve it. I leverage all capabilities and resources to focus on one objective – finding that perfect residence for you to come home to.
I am a “people person” and along with passion and commitment to excellence while planning ahead and utilizing existing network and contacts and with a great team and timeline will make your real estate experience successful; Lack of focus and no planning leads to no determined course of action. This leads to being spread too thin and not truly effective at any one particular “niche”.
What has been your most satisfying moment in business?
When I find a family the perfect home, or an investor the right deal.
What does the future hold for your business?
Skyrocketing rents will convince renters who have been sitting on the proverbial fence to buy while interest rates remain at historic lows.
What are you most excited about?
The most exciting part of working in real estate is that it is ever-evolving.