DPP Real Estate Welcomes Greg Braun

dpp real estate is excited to announce Greg Braun as a new agent to our Westside


Gregory Braun was born and raised in Long Island, NY and moved permanently to Los Angeles in 2002 after living and working as an actor in New York City for 13 years. In 2009, he became the proud business owner of acting studio, “New Collective LA”, building the space from the ground up.

Greg was inspired by the rewarding process of visualizing and building a nurturing, creative space from an empty shell. As an acting coach, he has always enjoyed helping others to break through barriers and realize their dreams. Greg will always hold a special place in his heart for NYC, but his love for Los Angeles – its beauty, its architecture, and as a place where dreams come true – is set in stone.

Gregory is proud to be a part of the DPP Real Estate family, and thrilled to guide his clients with compassion and care as they realize their home dreams.

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