Born and raised in Los Angeles, Zander Diamont offers a rare level of firsthand knowledge on virtually every single one of the area’s most desirable neighborhoods.
Having lived in Santa Monica, Venice, Bel-Air, Holmby Hills, Century City and Brentwood, Zander attended Brentwood School before transferring to Venice High
School to play football, where he racked up a number of truly distinctive accomplishments: In addition to breaking all the school’s football records, which he still
holds, he was named MVP for the Western League, Los Angeles City Player of the Year, and the California Jewish Hall of Fame Athlete of the Year. Needless to say, his
dominance on the high school field led to an equally impressive collegiate career at Indiana University, where he started as a freshman, was voted team captain, played in
back-to-back bowl games, and set some more records. The tenacity, drive and determination that propelled Zander to the top of his game as an athlete are very much
apparent in the work he does today as a real estate professional—his infectious personality, competitive energy, and ability to succeed in the face of adversity have
proved invaluable qualities that not only put discerning clients at ease, but foster strong results as well.
Having studied Media as a college student, Zander previously worked in production and advertising, going on to launch his own social media agency prior to following his passion for real estate—a profession for which he’s both perfectly suited and exceptionally prepared. In his youth, Zander was heavily immersed in the business, learning its many nuances by watching Cindy Ambuehl—one of LA’s most accomplished luxury real estate experts—excel in her every endeavor. Now that he’s an agent with the Cindy Ambuehl Group, Zander leverages his noted ability as a marketer, his unmatched familiarity with the area’s luxury real estate market, and his unwavering work ethic to help buyers and sellers experience the utmost in value.