Mark Rutstein, a native South African, hails from a world-renowned family of real-estate developers, whose projects have included Atlantis and the exclusive One and Only group of Kerzner hotels.
Consistently named a top-producing real estate agent, Mark credits his success to a business built on repeat clients and referrals, by serving his clients with the utmost level of dedication, professionalism, and care. Mark’s past experience in the entertainment and sports industries handling both national and international clients has provided him with the perfect background to build the Rutstein | Holcomb team. He is deeply committed to the confidentiality of his clients and has had the opportunity to help many high-profile clients throughout his career.
He is actively involved in several non-profit organizations and sits on the board for both the Artists for a New South Africa and the Lalela Project, an international arts education initiative. For more than two decades now, Mark has been proud to call Los Angeles his home and currently resides in Bel Air with his wife and their two dogs.
Greg Holcomb is a 4th generation Angeleno and 7th generation Californian who grew up exploring all of the neighborhoods, cultural landmarks, shops, restaurants and legendary locations that make Los Angeles such an incredible and unpredictable city. His encyclopedic knowledge of the area makes him a valuable resource for his clients.
Quality of care and absolute discretion lay the foundation of the Rutstein-Holcomb team. An emphasis on personal integrity and strong client relationships leads to a referral-based business that repeatedly keeps Mark and Greg in the top-tier of real-estate advisors both in production and reputation. They have been repeatedly named to Variety's annual list of Showbiz Real Estate Elite.
Greg has a life-long interest in art and architecture and an appreciation of the unique and often overlooked contribution Los Angeles has made in American home design. He is a longtime member of the LA Conservancy and is passionate about the preservation of Los Angeles’ unique architectural history.