After conquering the cutthroat world of New York City real estate with over $100 million in Manhattan residential sales, veteran real estate broker Denise Rosner now brings her exceptional skills to Keller Williams Beverly Hills. As the song goes: “If you can make it there, you’ll make it anywhere.” And what makes Denise – a Los Angeles native – so effective is the unique combination of her tremendous success in NY with her thorough understanding of the LA real estate landscape.

Denise’s reputation among her peers for being “uncommonly excellent,” as well as her tenacity to overcome obstacles and deliver proven results, make her a truly effective partner for her clients. Whether working with buyers, sellers, renters, landlords, or investors, Denise works tirelessly to ensure successful transactions and outcomes. Her ability to create and execute appropriate strategies reflects her command of the latest trends and marketplace dynamics.

Unique to the real estate industry, Denise maintains a very successful bi-coastal business model – based at BLU Realty Group’s Upper West Side office, the Rosner/Rocco team (with partner Vince Rocco) enables her to seamlessly serve the real estate needs of her New York City clientele as well.

As a former professional entertainer, Denise crafted an uncanny ability to emotionally connect with her audiences and put people at ease with her humor and energy. She draws on these gifts to help her clients navigate the sometimes emotionally charged experience of buying and selling property – with compassion, understanding, and a healthy dose of wit combined with a savvy, no-nonsense approach.

Denise is very proud to carry the prestigious NYRS (New York Residential Specialist) designation and is a member in good standing of NAR (National Association of Realtors), CAR (California Association of Realtors), BHGLAAR (Beverly Hills Greater Los Angeles Association of Realtors), and REBNY (Real Estate Board of New York). She recently revisited her musical roots to record a full-length album titled “For Good,” all the proceeds of which benefit Sylvia’s Place, an emergency shelter for homeless and runaway LGBT youth in NYC (