Originally from Detroit, Will Flannigan graduated from George Washington University and spent several years living and working in Taiwan (where he became fluent in Mandarin). He also worked and lived in China, and spent a year backpacking through Tibet, Nepal, and Burma. His love of exploration and discovery foreshadowed his passion for real estate, particularly the thrill of discovering new neighborhoods. After finishing near the top of his law school class and becoming an attorney, Will initially settled in Seattle where he worked in property management and development before eventually relocating to Los Angeles in 2002.
Further exploring is love of real estate, Will flipped about a dozen homes before becoming a realtor. This afforded him a perspective that enables him to better relate to his clients’ real estate transaction experiences. Will is able to provide his clients with a level of expert advice that is genuinely unique, regardless of whether they’re looking for a fixer with hidden potential, an investment property for additional income, or simply want to position a property to get the best price.
Prior to joining Compass, Will was with Coldwell Banker where he consistently ranked in the top 10% of all CB agents internationally. While Will helps clients buy and sell property throughout LA County, his intimate knowledge of Pasadena, Altadena, La Canada Burbank, Glendale, Los Feliz, Beachwood Canyon, Hollywood Hills and Beverly Hills allow him to help his clients confidently evaluate all their options.
Will’s legal training and his experience as a skilled negotiator (he’s a Certified Negotiation Expert & Pricing Strategy Advisor) help him find creative ways to resolve issues for his clients. Whether you're thinking about selling a cherished home full of memories, navigating the purchase of your first house, or just want to chat about your options, Will would love to help. The purchase or sale of a home can be a stressful experience, but with his guidance, understanding and commitment to caring for your best interests as he would a friend’s, it doesn't need to be.