Marlene Geibelson & Dayna Campbell

  • Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices
    California Properties 

  • Address

    16810 Ventura Blvd., Encino

  • Phone

    818-606-8820  |  818-634-9404

  • Website | Social
    IG: @m_d_homes

  • DRE #

    01969328, 01078441

  • Special Section

    Real Estate

Realtors® Marlene Geibelson and Dayna Campbell, both natives of the San Fernando Valley, have a combined 42 years of experience working in real estate. Previously, Marlene worked as a teacher with the Los Angeles Unified School District. She has been the recipient of several Top Producer awards and served as a member of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices’ international President’s Circle—ranking among the top 10% of sales associates. Both Marlene and Dayna have achieved the Luxury Specialist designation. Dayna worked for years in the entertainment industry and began selling real estate in 2015. She recently received the National Association of Realtors’ GREEN designation.

How do you meet clients’ needs?

We choose to operate as a small team. We believe this cultivates personal relationships with our clients that would not be possible if a large group was managing the transaction. We are involved down to the smallest details—generating genuine trust with our clients. Our clients know they will always see one or both of us at every showing and inspection. We are hands-ON. Also, we have been working to create awareness around a new way of building homes. We are experts that homebuyers seek out when they want a cleaner, better way to live. We help them understand and adopt “green” efforts when purchasing their home.

What is new for your business in 2024?  

In February, we are listing the first Phius-certified passive home to be sold in Los Angeles. Phius is a nonprofit organization committed to eliminating carbon emissions and making high-performance passive building the mainstream market standard. This new-construction house will meet or exceed the stringent standards for creating a hypoallergenic living environment and will ultimately achieve net-zero energy consumption. Utilizing its solar panel system, the home will generate more electricity than required to operate and can run essentially off-grid. It’s an incredible concept to see in Studio City for the first time and a building technique we wholeheartedly believe can and should change the way builders develop/construct new projects. We will list a second project later this year in Sherman Oaks using these same principles. 

Disclaimer: ©2023 Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties (BHHSCP) is a member of the franchise system of BHH Affiliates LLC. 

Photographed by Shane O’Donnell