Brown Harris Stevens has added seven agents for their offices in Coconut Grove and South Miami, according to a press release.
In Coconut Grove, they added Lauren Schrager, Jane Morales, Carlos Fernandez and Roxanna Roa. In South Miami they added Juliana “Liane” Morejon, Leslie Bettison and Jason Dubin.
“We’re very happy to welcome our newest agents to Brown Harris Stevens Miami,” said Vivian Dimond, Managing Broker, Greater Miami, in a press release. “With each addition to our team, we are dedicated to ensuring BHS Miami remains a top ranked firm in the South Florida market, while maintaining our boutique, personalized approach. Each person brings unique and valuable experience and their professionalism and respected reputations embody the values of our firm.”
Lauren Schrager is part of the Toni Schrager Team. She started in real estate as an intern in college and after earning her degree in Business and Enterprise from Wake Forest University, Summa Cum Laude. She went on to work in global banking and capital markets sector of Ernst & Young. Originally from Miami, she brings a wealth of knowledge to the agency and invaluable experience.
Jane Morales has returned to BHS. She began her career in real estate while also working in other careers. She had a senior role at Cartier’s International communications office and was founder of her own lifestyle brand, Culture10.
Carlos Fernandez is originally from Coral Gables and started working in real estate while attending Boston College Carroll School of Management. He has maintained licenses in both Florida and Boston. After college, he moved back to Florida and worked for the Terra Group.
Roxanna Roa started investing in real estate during college and made it her full-time focus after earning her degree in Public Administration. She is multilingual and able to communicate across global markets.
Juliana “Liane” Morejon has been a licensed broker since 1996 and an appraiser trainee since 2010. She has a B.A. degree in Psychology from the University of Miami and an A.S. in Interior Design from Miami-Dade College. Prior to working in real estate, she worked as the Assistant President of Consumer Lending for a large savings and loan establishment.
Leslie Bettison is a Venezuelan native and previously worked for the BHS sister company Halstead Real Estate located in Manhattan’s East Side. She is an attorney and previously worked at the firm of Cravath, Swaine & Moore L.L.P. in New York. She also holds a Masters of Law (L.L.M.) from Fordham University and is fluent in Spanish and English.
Jason Dubin returned to Miami after completing work on a feature film bringing attention to geopolitical challenges in East Timor and has been a filmmaker for over 20 years. He has many contacts between Miami and New York.