Josh Flagg sells Lily Collins Weho Condo for $2.8 Million!

As multiple media publications have reported , Josh Flagg of Rodeo Realty has sold Actress Lily Collins Sierra Towers West Hollywood abode.

Representing both the buyer and the seller, Flagg recently closed on the Jack A. Charney- designed condominium. The sale received coverage in the LA Times, Variety and Architectural Digest.  The listing came up for sale in 2018 and boast 1,700 square feet of living space.

It is a tenth-floor corner unit one-bedroom, two bathroom with a private terrace that spans the length of the unit. Additional features include floor-to-ceiling windows, a wet bar and an updated kitchen with builtin seating. The master bedroom also includes a walk-in closet and office with the unit offering spectacular views of the DTLA cityscape.

Lily Collins is the daughter of musician Phil Collins and antique dealer Jill Tavellman. Collins is most known for her role on Amazons “The Las Tycoon” and can be seen in the upcoming Ted Bundy Biopic “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile” as well as BBC’s remake of “Les Mis”.

To read the media articles that covered this sale click the links below:

LA Times

Architectural Digest


A Rodeo Guide to Moving and Packing

Moving can be stressful. From sorting through what stays and what goes to purchasing a heap of supplies, it’s a journey. Literally. But it does not always have to be. At Rodeo Realty we pride ourselves on making your home experience as seamless as possible. Thats why we’ve narrowed down your moving and packing essential tips! Read below for a helpful handful of moving tricks and click the link at the bottom for your moving checklist!

1. Don’t hesitate on ordering a-lot of boxes…because you never know

It is better safe then sorry! Rather then get the bare minimum and have to last minute track down more boxes, bulk up on extra boxes. It will save you that extra time you can use towards a well deserved glass of wine after all the packing is finished

2. Pack in all sizes

When picking out boxes, it is better to get a variety of sizes. You are likely to need more small and medium boxes rather then a heap of large ones. Grab a few wardrobe boxes, many medium and certainly a lot of small boxes.

3. Don’t forget the other moving supplies

Sure your all set on boxes but make sure you have enough tape to close them securely! More then what you think you will need is better then not enough. Make sure you grab packing paper and everything else you will need to . ensure your items are packed safely and securely.

4. Keep your fragile items safe

Group delicate items together and make sure they are labeled as fragile so your movers know which boxes need extra care and a secure space in the van

5. Paper packing

When packing you delicate items, avoid using newspaper as tit can stain and smear. Instead go for the real deal and pick up packing paper to save yourself the ink scrub down on your fine china.

6. Bundle Breakables

As you pack your dishes, put packing paper around each one, then wrap bundles of five or six together with more paper. Pack dishes on their sides and never flat. Make sure to use plenty of bunched-up paper as padding above and below. Cups and bowls can be placed inside one another with paper between and rapped three or four in a bundle.

7. Consider other items that will need special treatment

Plasma TVs require special wooden crates for shipping if you don’t have the original box and can be ruined if you lay them flat. If packing yourself, double box tour tv, setting the box containing the tv into another box that you’ve padded with packing paper

8. Label your boxes

This is an easy but often overlooked step. Label each box so you know whats in it and in what room it goes. This will make the unpacking process a breeze

9. Ditch the heavy load!

The heavier the item, the smaller the  box should be! It is much easier to carry heavier items when they’re in smaller boxes. Save the larger boxes for things that are lighter but hard to carry on their own. And of course never over pack a box!

10. No packing on moving day!

Take on the busy day with ease by making sure all your boxes are packed already. It is less stress ! This includes removed pictures from the walls beforehand.

11. Put heaver items on the bottom of boxes add lighter items on top.

If you are loading the truck yourself, it is better to have your boxes properly proportioned. Another tip is the pack heavier boxes first and toward the front the truck for balance.

12. Don’t leave empty spaces

Fill in the gaps with clothing , towels, or packing paper. Movers often wont move boxes they feel are loosely packed

Packing with movers?

We have you covered here too!

1. Last in, First Out

Close-up Of Two Young Delivery Men Carrying Cardboard Box In Front Of Truck

Tell your movers which boxes you need first at your new home and they will load the moving truck accordingly

2. Keep your most important things with you

Don’t pack  jewelry or medication–keep these with you. You might need to access them on moving day and its nice for the movers if they know they done need to worry about keeping track if these small items.

3. Sort out the details ahead of time

Make sure you know where you movers can park. This is LA and we know how parking is. Visit the parking enforcement page head of your move in case you need to obtain a permit

4. Prep your furniture

Remove all heavy and breakable items from dressers and desks so they are easier to lift.

5. Moving fine art?

Ask your movers about special crating for you prized positions. Never wrap an oil painting in regular paper. For pictures that are framed behind glass., make an x with masking tape across the glass to strengthen it and hold it together if it shatters.


Need a checklist to get you through the big day? Click here for Rodeo Realty’s Moving Checklist and check those moving jitters of your list!




Rodeo Realty President-Syd Leibovitch lands on 2019 Swanepoel Power 200 List

Syd Leibovitch recognized as one of the most influential and powerful people in residential real estate.

The 2019 Swanepoel Power 200 list is out and Rodeo Realty’s President, Syd Leibovitch, is once again recognized as one of the most powerful people in the residential real estate brokerage industry!

Out of hundreds who were considered, Syd Leibovitch was one of 200 who made it onto the SP200 list.

“The SP200 is based on a great deal of research,” said Stefan Swanepoel, Editor-in-Chief of the Swanepoel Power 200. “We send hundreds of requests for additional information, personally verifying announcements, stats and actions that took place over the past year.”

The 2019 SP200 ranks Syd Leibovitch at #108 among the 200 recognized.

“Rodeo Realty founder Leibovitch heads one of the leading residential real estate firms in Los Angeles and Ventura counties with nearly 1,000 agents in 12 offices who do $5.2 billion in annual sales,” said the SP200.

Rodeo Realty’s Jimmy Heckenberg lists home of fashion mogul Serge Azria

The home of Serge Azria, the fashion designer behind Joie, Equipment and Current/Elliott, is on the market for $3.395 million. Jimmy Heckenberg of Rodeo Realty Beverly Hills is the listing agent.

The Brentwood home is set in a gated community and is one of the largest homes in the Stoney Hill association of Mountaingate. The Mediterranean-style home comes with five-bedroom suites and 4.5 baths. The property includes a center-island kitchen, a dining room with a mirrored wall, and a family room with a wet bar and fireplace. A circular stairwell at the entrance takes you to the second floor where there is a loft, as well as a master suite with an office, dual walk-in closets, and a private balcony.

Outdoors, there’s a brick patio complete with a barbeque area and a private swimming pool.

Read the Los Angeles Times feature, HERE. Also, take a look at the property video below.

The WALL Fitness Hosting Open House for Rodeo Realty Agents

If you set health and fitness goals for 2019, The WALL wants to help you stay on track! Learn more about Los Angeles’ newest fitness studio by attending, Wine Down With The WALL.

The facility is hosting an Open House for all Rodeo Realty agents! On Tuesday, February 12, stop by the The WALL from 5 – 6 p.m. to enjoy some wine, get a VIP tour of the studio, and meet celebrity trainer, Jason Wimberly. In addition, those who attend the one-hour event will receive a Rodeo Realty gift bag and will be able to sign up for a free workout class!

If you would like to attend, please RSVP by clicking link:

The event will take place at 730 South La Brea Avenue, Los Angeles. There is free parking for 90 minutes with validation. To learn more about the facility, click HERE.

Rodeo Realty’s Richard Cure interviewed for being die-hard Los Angeles Rams fan

The Los Angeles Rams are heading to the Super Bowl! This after their 26-23 overtime victory in the NFC championship game Sunday against the New Orleans Saints.

As a result, news outlets in Los Angeles decided to interview die-hard Rams fans!  One fan being Rodeo Realty’s Richard Cure.

Rodeo Realty agent Richard Cure and family, interviewed by CBS2.
Richard interviewed by ABC7.

Richard, along with his family and neighbor, were interviewed by local news stations ABC7, CBS2, and KCAL9. In addition, the Ram-ly showed off their Rams apparel and spoke about the upcoming Super Bowl game.

Mary Masciotra, Richard’s neighbor, told the news stations she paid roughly $1,200 apiece for two tickets to the game! A better price if you compare that to the current price of about $3,000 for an individual ticket! Richard said he’s okay with dodging the ticket prices and watching the big game at home! However, Mary will head to Atlanta.

In conclusion, the Los Angeles Rams will be facing the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl on February 3.

Home listed by Rodeo Realty’s Ben Bacal and David Ferrugio purchased by rapper Wiz Khalifa

Making headlines this week is a property that sold to American rapper and songwriter, Wiz Khalifa. Rodeo Realty’s Ben Bacal and David Ferrugio had the listing, which sold for $3,400,000.

The Encino home is featured on TMZ, Los Angeles Times, Curbed, and many more publications and sites. The contemporary-style house has five bedrooms and 6.25 bathrooms. The new, ultra-modern smart home features a 9-foot pivot door that takes you to the grand foyer, floating stairs, and 24-foot-high ceilings. Further, the indoor/outdoor floor plan includes a fireplace, a wine bar, and a covered patio space that overlooks the pool and spa, along with the outdoor kitchen.

Moreover, there’s an open-air terrace lounge, wrap-around balconies, and a master suite with an oversized closet with a jewelry island.  In addition, the smart home also includes an alarm system, four exterior security cameras, and a sound system throughout.

Beverly Hills’ Scott Goshorn donates 433 pounds of food to local food bank

In December, Rodeo Realty agent Scott Goshorn decided to start a holiday food drive to help the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank.

”We choose the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank because of its expansive channel of distribution,” said Executive Assistant to Goshorn, Jesús Rodriguez. “All the donations the food bank receives is disbursed to various organizations throughout Los Angeles County. Different homeless shelters, low-income families, working with 650 organizations, the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank provides to more than 300,000 people monthly.”

Scott, along with his team, spent almost a month to prep reusable custom printed bags to hand out to the neighbors in Hollywood Hills. Tote bags were then dropped off at each door step, allowing residents to fill them with non-perishable food items. 

Scott and team preparing to pass out reusable bags for food drive collection.

After a few days, the bags were picked up from each home. In all, the team collected 433 lbs. of food donations—exceeding their expected goal!   

“Charity Week 2018 was a huge success,” said Goshorn. “Thanks to the amazing team who made this so impactful!”

Scott Goshorn, Jesus Rodriguez, and team at Los Angeles Regional Food Bank.
Scott Goshorn with collected reusable food drive bags.

Rodeo Realty’s Lonnie Mintz, Marc Tahler, and Rich Cure hold fundraising event for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles

In December, Realtors Lonnie MintzMarc Tahler, and Rich Cure held a fundraising event to help Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. The “Notice To Perform” band performed to a live audience at the Guitar Merchant in West Hills. Lonnie was on bass guitar, Marc Tahler on drums, Roger Martin on vocals and Rich Cure on guitar.

Lonnie and his band mates played rock favorites by Led Zeppelin, Van Halen, Chuck Berry, Nirvana, and many more!

“This year for my birthday I wanted to do something extra special to help give back, as I am a recent cancer survivor, and it is amazing how an awful six letter word can change your perspective on life,” said Woodland Hills Realtor Lonnie Mintz.

Through attendee’s donations, they helped raise more than $1,850. Most importantly, contributions will help bring hope and healing to many families in Southern California and beyond.

In addition, Lonnie has received more donations since the event, including $5,000 from a good friend of his. The total amount raised so far is now $7,000, which has exceeded the $1,000 goal!

“I’ve always wholeheartedly believed that you have to give back to worthy organizations, but now more than ever, ” said Lonnie. “There are too many children diagnosed with cancer and they, along with their families, desperately need our help, support, funds and resources to fight and overcome this awful disease. My bandmates and I decided to help by playing a fundraising rock concert. On behalf of Marc, Rich and Roger, we are proud to support CHLA by helping raise funds for their cause and we want to extend our gratitude and a huge thank you to everyone who came out to support us, donate to CHLA and have a super fun night in celebration of my birthday.”

Interested in donating?

Please contact Lonnie at (818)298-1108 or at if you are interested in making a donation or attending their next live concert fundraising event.

About Children’s Hospital Los Angeles:

Did you know that Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit institution that provides pediatric health care and helps our patients more than 528,000 times each year in a setting designed just for their needs. CHLA is a provider of more than $232.6 million in community benefits annually to children and families. As the first and largest pediatric hospital in Southern California.  Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit institution that provides pediatric health care and helps our patients more than 528,000 times each year in a setting designed just for their needs.