14x Circle of Excellence
14x Outstanding Achievement Award
William joined IREA in 2003, building on years of success in marketing, sales and management. After establishing a successful new agent training program, he is IREA's first and only recipient of the Leadership Award for exemplary initiative and new agent training. He was also a recipient of the IREA Outstanding Achievement Award for 14 consecutive years. William takes great pride in preserving and maintaining the foundational principles of his mentor and friend, Raffi Krikorian.
Within IREA, William co-founded the Everitt Group in 2006 with his brother Clark. The Everitt Group has since been a dominant market maker for apartment buildings throughout Southern California, breaking multi-family price per unit and price per square foot records within various sub-markets.
The Everitt Group has been responsible for brokering thousands of apartment units and numerous development sites, single tenant NNN investments, retail centers and hospitality locations. Notable Los Angeles Area transactions include The Angeleno Hotel in Brentwood, 433 Midvale in Westwood, Magnolia Nest in Sherman Oaks, Catalina Lofts in DTLA, Villa Vincennes Apartments in the San Fernando Valley, 10777 Wilshire in the Wilshire Corridor, Micropolitan Apartments in Miracle Mile, The Arizona in Santa Monica, 17351 Sunset in Pacific Palisades, The Hollywood Continental in Hollywood, Amherst Development in West LA, Harper Apartments in West Hollywood, Melrose Apartments in Glendale and Moorpark Manor in Studio City.
William studied political science at Brigham Young University and his entrepreneurial spirit that led him to real estate is still with him today. William's been married for 20 years and has 4 children. An Eagle Scout, William continues to be involved in the Boy Scouts of America, local youth groups, and volunteers as a baseball coach. Along with being actively involved in local charitable, political, and service organizations, William is an avid snowboarder and an adventurous trailblazer.