Realtor® Adi Livyatan’s real estate journey started when she and her husband began flipping houses. She has worked in real estate full time for the past 14 years and is in the top .5% in the nation and #1 in the Valley of all 1,400 Rodeo Realty agents. She was included in the Los Angeles Business Journal’s “Leaders of Influence” list yearly from 2000 to 2022 and in RealTrends’ “The Thousand” from 2018 to 2023.
Tell us about your business.
My primary focus is on residential properties—predominantly in the San Fernando Valley. I have garnered a reputation as an aficionado in the realm of high-end luxury residences and newly constructed properties. I am known as the “New Construction Queen,” collaborating closely with developers to identify prime land prospects suitable for construction and subsequent sale. However, I also derive immense satisfaction from intimate, meaningful deals. I approach every client and every deal with the same enthusiasm and dedication.
Tell us about your team.
As the owner of my business, I lead a remarkable team that has stood by my side for years, lending unwavering support. The synergy we have resonates with our clients. My business thrives on relationships, all stemming from my community connections, underpinned by trust, ethics and honesty. Genuine connections are paramount, and they drive our success.
Why did you decide to work in the real estate industry?
I completed my bachelor’s degree in business law from CSUN, with aspirations of pursuing law school. Life guided me to a different path, but I have no regrets. In the past I owned and managed a home improvement enterprise. Prior to that, I was engaged in the dynamic world of online commerce, notably as one of eBay’s foremost cell phone vendors.
Share a bit about your life outside your job.
I’m a wife and mother of three children, I’m invested in my Jewish community, and I believe in giving back when you’ve been fortunate. I enjoy supporting my family and friends, and my loyalty runs deep—I’m always there when they need me.
Photographed by Jeffrey Fiterman