Teles Properties COO Featured in the WSJ Article ‘Quitting Wall Street to Sell Real Estate’


1402088117BEVERLY HILLS, CA – Teles Properties President & COO, Sharran Srivatsaa, was featured in a WSJ article about Wall Street professionals transitioning into luxury real estate careers. In the article, Sharran credits his Wall Street knowledge of trust and tax regulations with giving the company’s transactions an edge.

“Sharran Srivatsaa, president and chief operating officer of Beverly Hills, Calif.-based Teles Properties, was a private wealth adviser at Goldman Sachs and a private banker at Credit Suisse before leaving Wall Street in 2011 to help run the brokerage in South California.”

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1402088030Homeowner Richard Paicius, left, with Sharran Srivatsaa, center, president of Teles Properties, and Teles broker associate Andy Stavros in Laguna Beach, Calif. Photo credit: Sandy Huffaker

About Teles Properties

Headquartered in Beverly Hills with other locations primarily serving the high-end markets of Southern California, Teles brings together the most successful agents in each of its locations and provides them with an unparalleled platform to address every aspect of a real estate transaction. In addition to offices in Beverly Hills, Brentwood, Laguna Beach, Montecito, Newport Beach and Pasadena, Playa Del Rey, Venice and Monrovia, Teles' Global Division links international investors to properties in the US and around the globe.

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