Teles Opens New Office in Montecito, Celebrates by Hosting Mastermind Workshop

There’s no place like Teles’ new home in Montecito, CA

Last week, Teles Properties strengthened it’s west coast foot print that much more by adding a new office just outside of Santa Barbara in Montecito.

The opening was, admittedly, strategic. The new office is in a different location from the previous Montecito branch, and located along the revitalized main strip in one of the town’s most popular areas. Teles thinks of this new office as one of it’s most northern locations, and ties together Teles’ efforts in northern and southern California, from Carmel all the way down along the coast.

“The Montecito relocation establishes an even deeper connection with our other thriving offices from Carmel to Coronado,” says Teles co-president Peter Hernandez. “With this new hub, we further establish Teles as the coastal California juggernaut with the most unique luxury market footprint of any real estate firm in the country.”

Having undergone a luxurious remodeling to bring it up to the Teles standard and style, the 1,200-square foot office already has 15 agents led by Managing Director Karen Greensweig and Associate Managing Director Larry Martin.

In celebration of the new office launch, Hernandez and Teles CEO Peter Loewy hosted a Mastermind Workshop and networking event at the new office on March 1. The workshop, titled “The Art of Pricing,” discussed pricing homes in the current market.

“We are incredibly excited to open this new office in Montecito,” says Loewy. “Located in the heart of the city, we are surrounded by the most popular restaurants and cafes, so it is a smart move for us. We’re delighted at the value Montecito brings to the Teles brand and we look forward to growing our business alongside these great establishments in this burgeoning community.”

For information on Teles Properties and its Montecito office, please visit, or visit in person at 1255 Coast Village Road, Suite 201-B.

This opening was also covered by major media outlets like Yahoo!, Marketwatch, and International Business Times.

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