About Brooke Elliott
Brooke is currently Director of Luxury Estates with the Sally Forster Jones Group, the #1 Team at Compass Beverly Hills, with over $6 Billion in total sales volume. As a Pacific Palisades native, and a third-generation real estate agent, Brooke has a thorough understanding of various Southern California locales and offers insider knowledge of buying and selling luxury properties from the Hollywood Hills to the coast.
Brooke graduated from New York University, Tisch School of the Arts, with a dual degree B.F.A. in Broadcast Journalism and Theater, during which she worked at CNN in reporting and production. Shortly after graduating in 2010, Brooke began her career in real estate in New York City, working with some of the top brokers in Manhattan, and was featured on Million Dollar Listing New York.
Brooke returned to her hometown of Los Angeles in 2014, and quickly developed and expanded her loyal client base on both coasts, as well as internationally. She resumed her studies in Architecture and Interior Design at UCLA, where she expanded her specialized knowledge and creative intelligence to advise clients on how to maximize ROI using cost-effective interior design and staging. As a result of her design and marketing expertise combined with her expert negotiation skills, she continuously achieves record-breaking prices for her sellers. She also continually finds and negotiates incredible deals both on and off-market for the buyers she represents.
Beyond real estate, Brooke is very involved in philanthropy throughout Los Angeles. She sits on the Board of Directors of The Blue Ribbon, The Music Center’s premier women’s support organization committed to enriching lives and the greater LA community through arts education, volunteerism and financial support for The Music Center and its resident companies. She is also a member of The Library Council of The Los Angeles Library Foundation, and an active supporter of animal rescue organizations such as Animal Haven in NYC, Dogs Without Borders in LA and Best Friends Society. She has two rescue dogs, Mac and Lola, and is also an avid fitness enthusiast.