In today’s competitive market, it is important to have a reliable real estate agent with superior communication skills that you can trust and depend on to guide you through the home buying or selling process. Jamie is committed to making her clients her number one priority and understands that buying or selling a home is one of the most important decisions of your life.
Jamie is the number one top producing agent at Rodeo Realty’s Sunset Strip Office, a member of Rodeo Realty’s President’s Elite Circle, was named as one of the top 1% of agents nationwide by Trulia and Zillow based on her client testimonials and sales volume, and was featured in Top Agent Magazine.
She was also recently awarded the distinction of "30 Under 30" by the National Association of REALTORS, which honors 30 agents under the age of 30 in the country and "A-List Top Producer" by the Asian Real Estate Association of America.
Jamie specializes in properties throughout Los Angeles including Bel Air, Beverly Hills, Brentwood, DTLA, Hollywood Hills, Holmby Hills, Santa Monica, Venice, West Hollywood, West LA, Westwood and the Sunset Strip. As a top producing agent at Rodeo Realty, Jamie takes pride in her discretion while providing the finest service to clients ranging from first-time homebuyers to A-list celebrities. She also provides invaluable services such as reliable contacts to her investor and developer clients that make her a top choice for those looking to make a profit in the Los Angeles real estate market.
While studying Environmental Science and Environmental Systems and Society at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Jamie's passion for local real estate and sustainable architecture led her to enter the real estate market.
Jamie is fluent in Mandarin Chinese and is a member of the Beverly Hills/Greater Los Angeles Association of REALTORS, California Association of REALTORS, as well as the National Association of REALTORS. She is also an active member of the community. Jamie led and organized the "Sage Hill Conservation Project" to preserve the last remaining patch of wildlife in the community of Westwood on Sunset Blvd and Bellagio Dr. in the northwest corner of UCLA's campus.