Joyce Rey Closes Record Sale in Bel Air

Posted by — June 18, 2010

Houses Don’t Sell Themselves by Rick Goodwin, Publisher of Unique Homes

It is always entertaining when a real estate record is broken, especially when one of the agents responsible for raising the bar is an industry icon. In this case the icon is Joyce Rey with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Beverly Hills. She and Stacy Gottula, also with Coldwell Banker, were the listing agents for Le Belvédère, a chateau-size estate in Bel Air that, when it went on the market for $85 million about a year and a half ago, was the fifth-most-expensive home for sale in the U.S. I say “were” the listing agents, because the deal is closed, the sale is completed. Though not yet made public, the sale price is rumored to be about $50 million, and so now Joyce and Stacy have their names on not only the most expensive home sale in the U.S. so far this year, but also the most-expensive home sale ever by a broker in the L.A. metro area.

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