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I am unaware of any Realtor that specializes in only one type of home. Most Realtors tend to work in a geographic area, just due to time and travel economics. If your friend would like assistance I would be happy to see if we can find them a Realtor that works in the areas they have an interest.
Keller Williams, Los Feliz
Here is one in Beverly Hills that I think looks great, that is not on the market yet, but I did receive an email about it yesterday. It is not my listing, but is a cool mid-century modern... http://.www.2286gloaming.com/mls. Of course, there are many many other options at varying prices and locations. Just say the word, and I am on it for you Sir.
I'm a real estate investor in the San Fernando Valley and frequently come across undervalued mid-century modern homes. There are some beautiful homes designed by Edward Fickett, Palmer & Krisel, and other popular MCM architects and developers here in the Valley.
E-mail me if you'd like to know more.
Most agents specialize in a geographic area, and within that area may have areas of expertise that are more specific. I think your friend would have more luck focusing on a few primary cities/areas, and then interview some agents. If it were me I always want to sit down and talk with potential clients regarding their needs to I am sure I understand exactly what they are looking for. If I were talking with your friend, I would suggest that he do the same with agents. If they don't interview him (her), then he/she should do the same.
Sit down, explain what the target is, ask the agent about their focus, and go from there.
Hope this is helpful..