Hello, I'm Emilie. NELA resident, urban anthropologist, real estate broker

About Emilie Broughton

Locating and buying her first home gave Emilie the opportunity to learn the ins and outs of first-time home ownership with many trips to Home Depot (and the Department of Building and Safety) along the way. Moving from the Northwest to Los Angeles she became involved with the local art community and all the diversity Southern California has to offer. Her passion to be involved in her community has led her to become a licensed Realtor and Associate Broker. She continues to educate herself in different aspects of real estate so that she can provide her clients with the background her diverse education brings. Emilie represented her region as State Director for three years and served as President of the Pasadena Foothill Association of Realtors in 2018. Emilie is a seven-time recipient of the Five Star Real Estate Professionals Award for the outstanding service she provides to her clients.

In 2020, Emilie joined the Dilbeck Real Estate management team. Through this opportunity, Emilie is able to provide clients with the resources of a local company with a global presence and be a support system for fellow agents. Emilie has also recently received her certification as a Military Relocation Professional (MRP) and is now able to work with U.S. service members and their families and veterans to find affordable housing solutions.

In 2023 Emilie Broughton Real Estate was formed. Working with buyers, sellers, landlords, and tenants in California in New Mexico. From the Golden State to the Land of Enchantment and beyond we have you covered!

Emilie Broughton Broker | Owner DRE#01880930
RBFB, Inc DBA Emilie Broughton Real Estate, California DRE#02222069
New Mexico QB License Number REC-2022-0478


Current Listings

1101 S. Harvard Blvd #203
Los Angeles, CA For Sale

Recent Blog Posts

Up Your Barbecue Game with Grilled Fruit As summer comes to an end and we enter fall this might be something fun to try before you pack away the BBQ for the season. Just about any fruit can go on the grill as long as they are … Read more »

Change is in the Air Did you know that for best results you should change your ceiling fan seasonally?  Wanted to share this information since it will help keep your air warm or cold depending on the time of year.