“Ubuntu” is a common South African phrase meaning “I am because we are”.
Greg Scott Real Estate IS because of YOU, because WE are.
Ubuntu equally defines the spirit of community. Our community thrives in large due to the vision and commitment of the 36,000+ nonprofits in the Los Angeles area. That's quite a testament to the values of this community. These nonprofits do the heavy lifting in our society, filing a gap that is becoming larger the longer this pandemic isn’t brought under control.
Support is always best when its reciprocal. Over the years, our community has steadfastly supported Greg Scott Real Estate and we want to continue supporting, as best we can, the following organizations.
Please take a look and consider supporting them as well:
Camerata Pacifica The Midnight Mission Planned Parenthood Special Olympics Southern California The Trevor Project All of these places offer HOPE for the mind, body and soul of our community. Our contribution to society should be in reverence to that society. Our collective actions can fortify or disintegrate all that we hope for. Though we may be physically distant, the bonds that hold us together are stronger than ever.
“Ubuntu” - Such a powerful word and meaning,
Over 15 years of experience in contract negotiation, marketing and a strict attention to detail mean that you can trust Greg with complex real estate transactions. His hands on approach makes doing business enjoyable while providing clients with personalized service of the highest quality. Compass fosters a skilled team of professionals to assist in managing one of the most important business transactions in clients’ lives. So whatever a client’s real estate goals, Greg is ready to help….because it’s what he loves to do.
A California native, Greg grew up in Napa Valley and has spent most of his adult life in Los Angeles, now calling downtown LA home. The diverse activities, culture, people, and architecture of LA energize him and his family. Most mornings, you can find him walking around the Silver Lake Reservoir, or bike riding along the river or beach. Say hi the next time you see him!
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PRESS: A Family Affair in South Park
As a newly single Dad, I moved to South Park in January 2011 with my then 4 year old daughter and 8 year old son, Charlotte and Braeden. I’d always wanted to live downtown and took advantage of the opportunity to begin a new adventure with my kids. I thought, “If they can raise kids in Manhattan, why not DTLA?!”... A Family Affair in South Park