I’ve been trained using old fashioned work ethic, loyalty and honesty

Tony Accardo serves as a reminder that it is possible to do good business while putting relationships first. He grew up in Palos Verdes, watching his father install satellites, where he witnessed good customer service firsthand. He has now spent the last decade working as a successful and well recognized Realtor, changing the experience of buying and selling homes. Focused on helping others, Tony set out to be not just the best possible realtor but a trusted resource and often lifelong friend. A local success story, his lovable personality and unparalleled work ethic have propelled him to become one of the South Bay’s top 1% producing Realtors in an unprecedented amount of time, with an impressive track record of list- to- sale- prices in his local area. He has now joined Compass which he sees as an opportunity to grow and provide his clients with an elevated level of support through their incredible technology, marketing and national presence.

What sets Tony apart is his unique ability to connect with clients. He’s a problem solver who’s always thinking ahead. Tony is a realtor’s realtor—the one other agents turn to when they need advice.

And perhaps most importantly, he’s a family man. When he and Marina started a family, they knew they wanted to be fully engaged with their children and involved citizens in the community where they live and work. The family is active in their church. He also coaches Little League and soccer. Marina has an eye for design, participates in the school and various mom groups. But as busy as they are, when a client or friend calls they get the Accardos’ full attention. And if Tony and Marina don’t know the answer, they won’t rest until they track it down.

It’s not surprising that when past clients, friends from school or their intimate circle need help with something, the solution is “call the Accardos.” Whether it’s help with a plumbing recommendation, solving a difficult home transaction issue, or just an organic cold pressed juice when you’re sick, the Accardos want to be a resource that other families can turn to in times of need as well as celebration.