Tami’s In The News

And It’s More Than Real Estate

We’re excited to share our Founder + CEO, Tami Halton Pardee’s latest news in the Los Angeles Business Journal, Los Angeles Magazine, My Morning Routine (mymorningroutine.com), and Modern Luxury Interiors Magazine. In these publications, Tami shares advice about how to select an agent, what motivates her each morning, and her favorite dance music. Whether she’s talking business or fun, it all starts with peace + big love. Pardee On!


The Los Angeles 500. The Most Influential People in Los Angeles.

Los Angeles Business Journal, July 31, 2017

Tami was selected as a Top Influential Person in LA for continuing her philanthropic efforts with the Life-Changer program, while growing her top woman-owned business, selling over $2 billion worth of residential and commercial real estate and being a loving mom to 4 kids. Read the Q&A below to find out more plus what’s on her bucket list!

What’s the toughest challenge you’ve had to overcome?
Putting people in the right positions within the company and making sure that everyone is thriving in what they do.

What is your proudest moment?
Opening my first office on Abbot Kinney Boulevard is my proudest business moment, but my proudest moments of all are the birth of my children!

Read the full article HERE


The List — Women-Owned Businesses.

Los Angeles Business Journal, July 3, 2017

A personal message from Tami
We’re really grateful to be named the 54th privately-owned women business in Los Angeles for the second year in a row. It’s with great appreciation for our clients, colleagues, vendors, work family, and our personal families and friends who have supported us on this journey that we’ve shared together.

As a woman in business, I realize how important it is to lead with our hearts when so many different elements are at play — emotional, financial, strategic, rational, and to always lead with purpose. We appreciate your trust in us as a company and truly thank each and every one of you for believing in our cause — creating positive change in people’s lives. Let’s continue to embrace peace + big love in our community everyday!


4 Things You Need to Know About Buying a Home in Mar Vista

Los Angeles Magazine, July 10, 2017

One of our own Mar Vista homes for sale at 3863 Marcasel Avenue.

What are the homes like?
It’s so mixed now. There used to be a lot of three-bedroom postwar bungalows, but lots of people are putting up soulful modern—modern with more wood. They’re demanding more design.

Read the full article HERE


My Morning Routine

mymorningroutine.com, July 25, 2017

Tami was interviewed by mymorningroutine.com about how she starts each day.

Tami Halton Pardee is currently ranked the number one real estate broker in Los Angeles. Founder of Halton Pardee + Partners, a company that has to date sold over $2 billion worth of residential and commercial real estate, Tami currently lives in Los Angeles, California, with her four children.

What is your morning routine?
I wake up at 5:30am, put on my workout clothes, and I grab my little hand weights (4-5 lbs., depending on the day). I get my music and headphones and walk down to the beach; it’s about a mile from my house. On the way, I get a Starbucks and leave my weights there (my friend John is always at the Starbucks every morning at the same time, he watches them for me. I have a bunch of people that are now a part of my morning routine and have become my morning buddies!)…

Read the full article HERE


Homeward Bound

Modern Luxury Interiors, July 27, 2017

Tami explains how LAIRS (Love and Inspiration Rooms) are women’s answer to the man cave and a new home trend.

As the owner and principal broker of Halton Pardee + Partners (haltonpardee.com), Tami Halton Pardee — who has sold more than $2 billion worth of residential and commercial properties since 2005 — knows SoCal real estate trends, such as LAIRS: love and inspiration rooms for women. “It’s not only about the man cave anymore; women are creating their own sanctuaries as well,” she says…

Read the full article HERE 


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