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The People Lover: Glen Coutinho’s Inspiring Journey in Beverly Hills Real Estate

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In the high-stakes world of Beverly Hills real estate, it’s rare to find an agent who prioritizes genuine connections and heartfelt relationships. But Glen Coutinho, owner and auctioneer of Harcourts Beverly Hills, has done just that, carving out a unique niche for himself and his family in this fiercely competitive industry. With an incredible backstory that spans continents and a plethora of awards under his belt, Glen, alongside his daughter Brooke, the owner and operations manager of Harcourts Beverly Hills, has built a family-oriented business that transcends real estate into other competitive industries.

Glen’s passion for real estate has earned him numerous accolades, and his unique approach to the industry is explored in his recently released book, The People Lover. At the core of Glen’s success lies a simple philosophy: treat people with kindness, respect, and genuine care. This mantra has enabled Glen to create lasting relationships with clients and has contributed to his impressive list of achievements in the real estate world.

Taking a leap of faith, Glen and his family moved from Australia to the United States, leaving behind a thriving 30-year business and starting from scratch in the competitive market of Beverly Hills. This bold move was not without its challenges, but Glen’s unwavering dedication to his family and his work has led to remarkable accomplishments.

In just a few short years, Glen and Brooke have garnered numerous awards for their real estate prowess, including being ranked as the #1 sales agents for Harcourts USA in 2022. Their office, Harcourts Beverly Hills, has received multiple Platinum and Titanium Awards, as well as being recognized as the Best Presented Office in 2020.

The secret to the Coutinho family’s success is their client-centric approach. Glen’s wisdom, drawn from years of experience, centers on the importance of being kind, supportive, and attentive to their clients. He believes remembering special events in people’s lives and nurturing relationships are key to long-lasting success in the real estate industry. Brooke echoes this sentiment and along the lines of Maya Anegelou has always been taught that “People will forget what you said, what you did, but they will never forget how you made them feel.” This “client for life” mentality has undoubtedly contributed to their impressive achievements.

This family-oriented ethos extends beyond real estate and into the realm of music. Glen’s sons, Mason and Julez, are aspiring musicians; writing & producing all their own music at 18 and 16 years old. The talented Australian duo are breaking waves and are on track to reach new heights in the coming years. The family’s diverse interests and dedication to supporting one another are undoubtedly the driving forces behind their accomplishments.

As for the future, Glen and Brooke have their sights set on becoming one of the top 10 real estate brands in Beverly Hills and gaining recognition throughout Los Angeles. With their unwavering commitment to their clients, family values, and unique approach to the industry, it’s clear that the sky’s the limit for this dynamic duo.

Glen Coutinho’s inspiring journey serves as a testament to the power of perseverance, kindness, and genuine care for clients. His passion for real estate, coupled with the wisdom he shares in his new book, The People Lover, highlights the importance of cultivating lasting relationships and placing people at the heart of one’s business. It proves that even in the cutthroat world of real estate, compassion and empathy can prevail. Glen’s story and accomplishments will resonate with anyone seeking success in any industry and are a reminder that, ultimately, people matter most.

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