Haverkate Group joins Deasy/Penner & Partners
Opportunity knocked & see what happened? The Haverkate Group joins forces with broker Deasy/Penner & Partners in Los Angeles.
Palm Springs, as we know it, was created by and for Los Angelinos. Mid-Century Modern architects designed their signature homes in both places, growing the Art of Modernism that continues today in SoCal and the Desert.
We happened to be looking for, and found, a broker that spans all this.
The Haverkate Group is pleased to join forces with broker deasy/penner & partners, a company dedicated to the Art of Design, supporting this boutique segment in the Los Angeles Market Area. A synergistic fit with our niche focus on mid-century modern and modern homes here in the Desert.
Mid-Century Modern and modernism benefit from the proper exposure.
We and our clients will benefit from in-house Marketing that generates top drawer advertising, and an in-house Public Relations team that generates editorial coverage of represented properties. Such listings featured in local, regional and national publications gain exposure money can’t buy.
Founded by Mike Deasy and George Penner, with years of experience, their goal is to provide the greatest service possible to diverse and stimulating architectural and design styles.
Relatively small with only four offices, the staff of highly motivated managers, staff and agents make it a recognized and quality broker. Creative architecture must be creatively presented and they have mastered that.
Summertime Architecture Exhibit at ADC
Speaking of architecture, this summer take time to visit the exhibit First Hand, at the Palm Springs Architecture and Design Center. Taken from the collection of Californian L.J. Cella, sketches and watercolors by architects show how they expressed three dimensional structures before the days of Computer Aided Design. You might be surprised that some of them led to actual and famous buildings.
When you visit you may meet one of our partners Kurt Penn, who is a docent there.
The Architecture and Design Center is part of the Palm Springs Art Museum, so there are a lot more exciting things to come. If that’s not enough, it will be cool and there is no admission charge.
By Wayne Longman