Premiere Estates in the Media



Premiere Estates Auction Company Todd Wohl is featured in Oregonian (August 22, 2019) for sale of 22111 Riverwood Road in Dundee, Oregon. The 47-acre estate features The Villa and The Victorian Estate and was built by Evergreen Aviation founder Del Smith. READ


Time Magazine

Premiere Estates Auction Company President Ed Kaminsky is featured in Time Magazine (Feb 2011) for his innovative use of drones to capture unique photos of property for sale.


The Desert Sun

“There’s nothing like (the Pond estate). There’s nothing like it in its location. There’s few properties in the entire Coachella Valley of that size, and (that) have the architecture and lake and feel and passion behind the property that Bob Pond put into it.”



“‘You have to go through two security gates to get to the house which I suspect is something that enticed Spears to rent it,’ explains Tony Fitzgerald, a broker and partner with Premier Estates Auction Company. Neighbors of the Chateau Suenos estate include the Kardashians, Lady Gaga and Cameron Diaz.”


Wall Street Journal

“…On May 5, the home will go on reserve auction, meaning the seller has an undisclosed minimum bid she is willing to accept. Tony Fitzgerald of Premiere Estates Auction Company will start the bidding at $3.9 million.”


“The number of sales at Premiere Estates Auction Co., which sells luxury properties, rose 30 percent last year, said Anthony Fitzgerald, a broker with the Manhattan Beach, California-based company. He wouldn’t say how many homes the company sold. The gain is likely to be exceeded this year, he said.”


New York Times

“After more than two decades of being listed and relisted by its owner, Stephen Brown — first for nearly $30 million — the château is to hit the luxury auction block at noon on May 15, with a minimum opening bid of  $3.2 million. (The auctioneer is Premiere Estates Auction Company of Manhattan Beach, Calif.)”


Philadelphia Inquirer

“The Chandlers, who live in Rumson, Monmouth County, with their three children, won the auction, ultimately paying $3.9 million for a property that was listed at about $6.5 million two years ago. It is assessed at $5 million. The sale, conducted by Premiere Estates, a Los Angeles auction company, was a rare, absolute auction with no minimum bid.”


The Huffington Post

“For the first time ever, a home in the exclusive Malibu Colony will be up for auction on Sunday, February 13. The opening bid–which was determined by the home’s current owner–is $3.75 million, a 55% reduction from the home’s original $8.4 million listing price….The house is co-listed by real estate agent Carol Bird and Premiere Estates Auction Co.”


New Zealand Herald

“A California mansion could become the most expensive US property to be sold at auction when it goes on the block next month with a starting bid of US$22 million, marketers say…..Details on the auction could be found at”


Orange County Register

“…The auction platform will allow Jones and Bottjer to reach out to a wide network of buyers and set a date for the home to sell, said Todd Wohl, vice president of Premiere Estates Auction Co., which is handling the sale.”


The Sun Sentinel

“The Circle S Farm is headed to a sealed-bid auction June 18….Premiere Estates Auction Co. is handling the auction. Sessa said it’s not a hardship sale, but rather an “innovative way of marketing the property.””


Wall Street Journal

Green Plains chosen as House of the Day
“…The auction, which has no minimum bid, will take place July 16 with Premiere Estates Auction Company.”