“In 2013, I landed a new job and needed to rent an apartment somewhere on the Westside quickly. Evan knew the area well was able to recommend the perfect place based on what I told him I was looking for. He was of tremendous help finding potential apartments that were within my budget and in fun and safe neighborhoods. The email correspondence was fast and professional. I finally selected an apartment he found and I am really happy with the local vibe, restaurants and shops in the immediate neighborhood. It was very helpful having Evan guide me through the area and rental process!”



We are very happy with the beach condo that Evan helped us buy in Huntington Beach. Evan found a diamond in the rough for us and pushed our offer through the bank aggressively. We had a long escrow period because it was a REO and there were several pivotal moments during the escrow that Evan held the deal together for us. We were able to close escrow at an incredible price. Great broker and great experience.



Freakonomics taught the world that no matter what, you can never, ever trust your real estate broker. And it’s not your broker’s fault. There’s a conflict of interest. As a buyer, the more you spend, the more money your broker makes. And while this principle is always true no matter which broker you choose, the only way to counteract this misaligned incentive is by choosing a broker you trust implicitly. Evan Haug is someone you can trust. He was my broker when I purchased a loft in Marina del Rey, California. Evan is honest. He is diligent. He is firm when representing you, but always friendly. And he wants you to end up with a property that you genuinely want. He cares more about the long term relationship and the potential repeat business than the quick sale and, ultimately, that aligns your incentive with his.