Elias Tebache is the agent of choice for clients seeking architecturally significant properties throughout Los Angeles, especially those with a passion for Mid-Century Modern homes and downtown lofts. Within the past few years alone, Elias has represented both buyers and sellers of homes designed by noted architects including Case Study Architect Kemper Nomland, A. Quincy Jones, Claude Oakland and Armand Le Tourneau.
Elias now brings his successful, architecturally-focused practice to Nook Real Estate. “I saw a real void in the marketplace as I noticed the frustration of my clients in sifting through unwanted listings to find architectural gems,” he says. “Nook and its Search With Style solution leads us directly to the homes my clients want, saving time and giving us an important advantage in securing these coveted properties.”
In addition to his expertise in sourcing unique homes, Elias’ clients rely on his extensive marketing background, which he leverages to create highly effective campaigns that sell listings quickly for top dollar. He also is known for his exceptional communication and responsiveness, qualities which have helped to earn him a loyal following of repeat and referral clients.
A SoCal native, Elias is an avid supporter of March of Dimes and lives in Los Angeles with his family.
A bit more about Elias, in his own words:
Q: Why are you passionate about real estate?
A: I’m passionate about the process of real estate, from the first contact, to the hunt, to opening escrow, to handing over keys or putting a SOLD sign in front of the home. Buying a home is what everyone calls the “American Dream,” and it’s possibly one of the biggest decisions and purchases that some people make in their lifetime. To be able to help someone achieve that goal and be a part of that dream…that’s inspiring. When people look back 10, 15, 30 years from when they purchased their home, I want them to remember how easy and stress-free I made the process for them. I am genuinely here to help you achieve one of your biggest goals, That's amazing to me.
Q: What's your favorite architectural style for homes and why?
A: I have a HUGE passion for Mid-Century Modern homes. I studied Architecture in college and really fell in love with this style. From the indoor/outdoor living to the walls of glass to the post and beam, I absolutely love everything about these homes. These architects were the rebels of their time and looked at as outsiders. However, their art has survived all these years and it's still being celebrated and enjoyed today.
Q: If you could have a second home, where would it be and why?
A: As of right now, it would be a toss up between San Francisco and New York. From San Francisco’s Victorian home-lined streets to the Brownstones of Brooklyn, I love the feel of city living.