Hailed as the “POWER BROKER of Beverly Hills” by The New York Times, Rayni Romito Williams has established a remarkable record with over $8.6 billion in career sales with her partner. Her in-depth knowledge of market trends and luxury inventory, paired with her energetic and confident disposition has made her one of the nation’s top-producing female agents. Growing up in a family of developers, Rayni is no stranger to the world of real estate. Rayni possesses a unique skillset of being able to creatively market and understand the financial aspect of each transaction, which she acquired through her previous careers in journalism and the lending business.
In 2005, Rayni returned to her real estate roots when she joined a Beverly Hills-based brokerage and immediately proved herself to be an honest and hardworking real estate professional. Shortly thereafter, Rayni met then colleague Branden Williams and began partnering on some of the most notable deals in LA. Growing quickly, Rayni and Branden developed an impressive roster of clientele, which now includes Jeremy Renner, Jennifer Lopez, Angelina Jolie, Bruce Makowsky, Max Martin and many more.
With more than $1 billion in sales in Trousdale alone and notable deals in Beverly Hills, the Bird Streets and Los Feliz, the power couple continues to be nationally recognized as a top-producing team. Rayni has been nationally and locally recognized for her impressive work, and has earned notable accolades including, The Wall Street Journal’s Top-Producing Agents, Variety’s Real Estate Elite, and The Hollywood Reporter’s Top Real Estate Agents. Additionally, she has provided real estate expert commentary for various top-tier national news outlets including Wall Street Journal, LA Times, Forbes, CNN, Business Insider, Bloomberg TV, Fox Business, The Hollywood Reporter, Variety and more.
Rayni is a member of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art & MOCA, actively involved with Baby2Baby and has been recognized by the local community for her philanthropic endeavors. In 2017, Rayni & Branden were honored for their extensive work with the Zimmer’s Children’s Museum, and in 2015, Rayni received Angeleno’s Altruist of the Year award.
She’s an ambassador for The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, donor to CHLA & UCLA and, for over six years, she’s served on the board at Cayton Children’s Museum where she’s co-chaired initiatives including Free Admission & Equity and the Women’s Philanthropy Circle.