Edan-Shalom Gross has been an award-winning and innovative salesman for over 20 years. Whether as a nationally sought after consultant to a Fortune 500 company, or an investment advisor in everything from fine art to real estate, Edan is a consummate student of people and human behavior. His ability to pay caring attention to the needs and desires of his clients guides every aspect of his work.
Edan has closed over tens of millions of dollars in transactions since the COVID-19 shutdown began alone, proving that not even a global pandemic could stop him from getting the job done for his clients. Specializing in simultaneous 1031 exchanges, Edan maintains a 100% success rate and a 97% list-to-close rate. Ever a rhino, he is always charging forward with an inventory in the 10s of millions, so don’t wait to do business with him!
Edan built his bulldog work ethic young, beginning his career as a child film, tv, and voice actor in Hollywood in the 80s and 90s. You may remember him from any number of guest roles on hit sitcoms such as Cheers, Murphy Brown, The Golden Girls, Empty Nest, Newhart, Highway to Heaven, Married… with Children, Northern Exposure, and Herman’s Head. Or perhaps his iconic voice sent shivers down your spine when you heard him say, “Hi, I’m Chucky, wanna play?” in the “Child’s Play” horror series.
After attending UC Berkeley, Edan joined a global Fortune 500 company in their sales department and excelled immediately. His 18 years there was marked with numerous awards and national sales records as he advanced through every field position. The experience fine-tuned his direct sales, consultative sales, and overall leadership skills, resulting in a successful management tenure, including many years as a well-respected and highly sought after consultant, sales manager, and franchise owner. In addition, he served on the Divisional Board as a Member and then as Vice President.
Edan’s interest in real estate began as a young professional when he was mentored by a successful investor and California property owner. He learned the basics and fundamentals of sound real estate investing and how to utilize proper strategies at different times in the market cycle. He continued his real estate education over the years by closely aligning with investors in the multifamily and commercial properties space, working to uncover opportunities not available on the open market.