A member of the Beverly Hills Board of Realtors, Connie De Groot is a highly accomplished real estate agent in Los Angeles, California. In 2010, NRT ranked Connie De Groot as in the Top 2 Percentile of Realtors. She focuses on providing comprehensive representation for both buyers and sellers in the Los Angeles area. Whether serving a Hollywood celebrity or a first-time homebuyer, Connie De Groot delivers a high level of professional attention. She ensures that her clients deal directly with her rather than with an assistant.
Over the course of her real estate career, Connie De Groot has received many honors. While serving with Coldwell Banker, she earned special recognition for her services by the President and CEO of Coldwell Banker Real Estate Corporation. She also earned the distinguished Coldwell Banker International President’s Elite Award. Recognized in the media as a real estate expert, she has provided contributions to Fox Business, CNN, Life & Style Weekly, Los Angeles Business Journal, and the Los Angeles Times. Her national media exposure includes delivering a requested response to housing comments made by Warren Buffet. She currently serves as Director of International Media Relations and Broker Associate at Gibson International in Brentwood, California.
Native to Hawaii, Connie DeGroot spent her early professional years working in Europe as a model affiliated with the Ford Modeling Agency. Upon returning to the United States, she settled in California in order to pursue her interests in singing and acting. Her work as a singer includes working as a recording artist signed to BMG/Ariola Records. As an actress, her achievements include co-starring in the film Fire, Ice & Dynamite.
Connie De Groot currently lives in Santa Monica. In addition to her professional endeavors as a realtor, she actively engages in bettering her community as an active member of the Santa Monica Rotary Club, the Ocean Park Community Center Leadership Committee, and the Chamber of Commerce. For charitable work, she serves as President of the Cure Cancer Now Foundation and regularly contributes to the National Human Society and the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA).