About Harout Keuroghlian
Harout toiled with an array of top real estate firms for years, but it soon became apparent that clients were not receiving the comprehensive support they deserved to optimize their results. Harout has never settled for the status quo, so he set out to disrupt an entire industry—in Southern California of all places—and that’s why he founded JohnHart Real Estate.
Harout earned his bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from USC, and went on to run the construction company, MK Designs, where he discovered his passion for real estate. Harout also helped thousands of clients restructure debt, build structures, and gain relief from distressed properties. He has drawn upon these experiences to always find creative business solutions.
As the CEO/Principal Broker of JohnHart, he has continued to redefine norms with an insatiable appetite to give his clients the excellent service and attention to detail they deserve. Just ask the 300+ agents who comprise the firm. Harout’s vast experience and legendary mentoring of agents from diverse backgrounds and many languages—including Spanish, Armenian, Arabic, and English—truly sets him apart.
All this experience, and his deep understanding of human motivation, has made Harout a cutting-edge innovator and has helped him lead a great company to a meteoric rise—in the world’s top real estate market. He also founded and serves as the CEO of One Key Escrow and Golden Coast Finance to empower customers all along their home-buying journey. JohhHart is also disrupting the commercial realm with the launching of JohnHart Commercial Real Estate. Harout’s relentless focus on customer-centric support and high-end marketing continue to redefine real estate. The future is bright!
+ Founder of JohnHart Real Estate
+ CEO & Principal Broker
+ Nearly Three Decades of Real Estate Industry Experience
+ Equator Certified Short Sale Specialist
+ Bachelors Degree in Civil Engineering from USC
+ Licensed Broker & Realtor
+ EIT Certified
+ Member of NAREB
+ Certified HAFA Specialist