What is James Harris' Net Worth?

James Harris is a real estate agent and reality television personality who has a net worth of $6 million dollars. James Harris, who is originally from England, has a successful real estate firm with his partner, David Parnes, called Bond Street Partners. Their gross sales for 2013 alone exceeded $120 million, with another $150 million in escrow. The pair are also the most recent addition to the hit Bravo reality television series, Million Dollar Listing: Los Angeles that begins in August 2014. Harris was born and raised in London where he started his career in real estate at the impressive age of 17. After five years working in a residential office as an investment agent, James decided to move to Los Angeles to broaden his experience and take advantage of the California weather. He and his firm, which was founded with David Parnes in 2011, specialize in high-end residential real estate and investment properties in The Hollywood Hills, Beverly Hills, Bel Air, Pacific Palisades, Malibu, Brentwood and The Greater Los Angeles region.

In addition to residential sales, David has an in-depth knowledge of commercial real estate. In 2013, he and James' sold 8436-8452 Melrose Place, a significant commercial building that is home to Oscar De La Renta, Chloe and The Olsen Twins' store, The Row, among others. They are in the process of developing major investment properties in Bel Air and the Westside. James is happily married, with a beautiful wife and two daughters. When not at work, he and his family enjoy going to the beach and spending quality time together. Additionally, James is involved with the Jewish Federation Community and various other charitable causes.

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