With over 600 sold properties in his career, Charles Le has earned his reputation as a top producer and serious real estate broker. To put that in a better perspective, an average realtor in the U.S. sells 6 properties per year, compared to Charles, who had years where he sold over 100 properties per year.
What are the secrets behind that? What is the magic formula? Does Charles belong to a real estate family, like most top realtors, and claim the success of their family as their own, or Charles has to offer something unique? None of the above. Perhaps best is to examine how Charles started his career as a real estate broker. First, he earned a Degree as Civil Engineer and started working at the California Department of Transportation. Soon after, he was promoted few times until he reached a high-level position in a noticeably short time. The challenges at CalTrans were not enough for Charles, he wanted to achieve more, and he started as a part-time real estate broker. Soon after he was exceeding as a realtor, Charles opened his own real estate office in Beverly Hills, where he grew as a top producer, and he is presently located.
What really made Charles reach the top in a short time are his qualities of hard-working, paying attention to details, dedication to clients and their needs, result-oriented, and never stop until closing the deal.
Charles indicates it seems these days there is an ever-present need to be more conscious about how we are living and spending our money. With the global pandemic that devastated the world, things can seem so uncertain. Many people have turned to downsizing, gaining roommates, or even moving in with family. That is why now, more than ever, we need to make sure that our home is purposeful and even multi-functional.
Charles believes that homes should be a special place where people regenerate, nourish their ambitions, and live happily. He was sure to mention that “a happy life is a healthy life.” With common facts proving that humans are happy and healthier when relaxed, it is hard to argue Charles’ logic.