$70 million in sales in 2022 landed local and powerhouse real estate star, Yashmin Lloyds the #1 producing spot in Compass’ Greenwich office for individual sales in 2022. Greenwich Lifestyle sat down to learn more about Yashmin and her real estate business as well as her connection to the Greenwich community.
Yashmin grew up in Boston and studied Sociology at McGill University before moving to New York City to begin her career in hotel sales and marketing. Her success in real estate stems from the hospitality market, where she honed her communication and negotiation skills while establishing high standards of service. These skills served her well throughout the covid real estate chaos and in many bidding wars and serious negotiation wins for her clients.
She developed a keen understanding of luxury brand marketing while working with Four Seasons and Starwood Hotels and Resorts, and later became the Director of Sales and Marketing for Rosewood Hotels and Resorts. Yashmin expanded Rosewood’s corporate sales program and worked closely with prominent clients in the financial and entertainment industries, including Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Sony, and Universal Studios.
A Fairfield County resident for thirteen years, Yashmin began her real estate career in the Rowayton/Darien market. Her husband, a commercial and residential developer, is a Greenwich native and they returned to town nine years ago. Yashmin is an active member of the community with a deep understanding of each distinct neighborhood and the various programs/amenities available to young families.
Yashmin is also a mother of three boys (13-year-old twins and 16) enrolled at Brunswick School, her familiarity with Greenwich’s private and public educational offerings is an asset to her clients. She is known for not only helping clients find their dream home but for also guiding them throughout their transition to Greenwich. Clients consider her their little black book! She loves to continue to provide them guidance beyond the real estate transaction.
'Create the things you wish existed' rings true for Yashmin as she became the realtor that she wished she had when coming to Greenwich. She's very involved in the community through her work with the Greenwich Historical Society and her love of the town.