ABOUT: Chris grew up in Irvine, California, raised by his Korean parents, making him truly a blend of two cultures with a close family, steady faith, and strong focus on education. As an avid surfer, he enjoyed earning his B.S. in Economics at UC San Diego in La Jolla and eventually followed in his father’s footsteps by making real estate his career as broker and investor. Chris became genuinely invested in Ventura County after starting a family with his wife, Nicole, in Ventura, and what began with personal investments, he developed into professional buying, selling, and managing residential real estate.
SEASIDE REALTY & PROPERTY MANAGEMENT: After several years as a developing agent, Chris obtained his Broker license in 2012 and started his own Real Estate Brokerage, Seaside Realty. With Chris’s strong foundation in economics and family background in real estate, Chris brings a level of expertise and knowledge that goes beyond standard real estate business. His passion for serving clients is to simplify an oftentimes over-complicated process, especially given the state of the economy in which his experience is based.
CHRIS’ HOME VALUES: At Seaside Realty, Chris puts the client’s best interest before all other demands; what is best for his client is what is best. Rather than an aggressive approach with clients, Chris aggressively scours every angle of each deal to present the best and most complete picture for his clients. He does not have an immediate buy/sell approach to real estate, but seeks to establish win-win situations that will turn into long-term partnerships with clients. When you choose to do your real estate business with Chris, whether you close on a home or investment, you can expect Chris to take the initiative to follow-up with you on a regular basis. He has the tenacity, knowledge, and compassion to support clients in today’s diverse marketplace.
AND … With both family and business in Ventura County, Chris certainly has vested interest in the well-being of the community. Chris donates a percentage of each transaction into local not-for-profits.