As natives of Southern California, brother and sister team Clifford Rowe and Andrea Tzadik were born into a real estate family. Their mother, Helen Rowe, was a leader and trendsetter in real estate on the Westside of Los Angeles for 55 years. As of 2003, Clifford & Andrea also became recognized as top performers in the Los Angeles real estate market, being bestowed the honor of Legend Inductees.

Clifford Rowe brings 11 years of experience as sales V.P. for a firm in corporate jewelry where he was the number one salesman in the country, coupled with Graduate work at USC and while an undergraduate he received 3 varsity letters in college football. He also attended the Gemological Institute of America. In 1988, while at Merrill Lynch, he was named rookie of the year due to his outstanding performance. Along with his professional career, he has been involved with Concern II, a co-chairman of the residential division of the Federation of Southern California.  He remains active in Sigma Phi Epsilon and is also a performing member of the Magic Castle, a board member of BE100 and was President of the L.A. WEST Trojan Club, where Clifford was involved in raising money for female athletes at USC. He has been an integral member of the Beverly Hills Association of Realtors Professional Standards and Grievance Committee for the past 3 years. He has also enjoyed many years of competitive horse back riding to include show jumping. Clifford brings a strong background to the clients that he serves and has the personality to match his capability.

In 2013, he joined Teles Properties with his sister, Andrea, and they continue to be top producers nationwide. Clifford prides himself on developing strong and lasting relationships with his clients, as well as maintaining business relationships with other top Realtors in Los Angeles.

Fun fact: Clifford began selling real estate at the age of eight after breaking a window in his parent’s home.  Once again, to avoid being punished, he put up a for sale sign and brought an interested buyer while his mother was in the house sleeping.