University of Southern California - B.A., International Relations
University of California Irvine - Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities
A lifelong Angeleno and anchor of luxury real estate in Los Angeles since 2002, Danny Brown has joined Compass as Principal, Luxury Estates and Compass Evangelist. In this new role, he will continue to represent luxury clients on the Westside of Los Angeles specializing in Beverly Hills, Bel-Air/Holmby Hills, Little Holmby, Cheviot Hills, Brentwood, Santa Monica, Pacific Palisades, and Malibu. In addition, he will assist Compass’ senior management as a brand ambassador as Compass continues to strategically expand throughout Southern California and the Western United States.
Prior to Compass, Danny was a partner at The Agency where he was one of their most prolific producers, well-respected leaders, and key mentors. He is on the Real Trends list of top 250 agents in the country and closed 37 transactions with just under $100M in volume in 2018. Over his career, Danny has closed over 350 transaction sides and $1B of sales volume.
Remaining a trusted and respected voice among his clients and colleagues, Danny holds an extensive list of high-profile clients, including “C” level executives, tech entrepreneurs, athletes, entertainers, and developers. He is considered one of the most trusted and knowledgeable sources in the real estate industry and is often called upon to consult for developers, investors, financiers, and fellow real estate agents. You will find Danny speaking on various industry panels and leading training sessions for up and coming agents.
Danny lives in Cheviot Hills with his wife Jessica and 3 children: Henry, George, and Inez. When he is not showing properties he enjoys traveling with his family, collecting modern art, interior design projects, playing tennis, and surfing in warm exotic locations with poor WiFi. Danny is a graduate from the University of Southern California where he played college baseball, and he is a member of the Jonathan Club.