Brian Linder is an architect who switched over to real estate when he realized he could sell people on the idea that architecturally-significant properties are more than just inherently cool, they add financial stability; a Neutra is less likely to plummet in value when the bubble bursts. Well-designed homes also boost the stature of the entire neighborhood and provide a higher standard of living. True, we’d feel a hell of a lot better if we were cranking out this post here.
Linder’s The Value of Architecture finds buyers like you for properties ranging from midcentury modern to Marmol Radziner, and they’ve just launched sites for San Francisco, San Diego and Seattle, along with their original LA site. They’ve also got a gallery of Architects–that’s Architects with a captial ‘A’–which is a phenomenal resource for fantasizing and drooling.