Realtor contributes to local housing recovery

RANCHO SANTA FE — Broker Associate and Realtor Chris Lin of Prudential California Realty’s Rancho Santa Fe office was recently appointed to the board of the Asian Real Estate Association of America. Lin is partnering with AREAA and the Housing Opportunities Collaborative to conduct a clinic in San Diego for homeowners on Sept. 25.
To help families stay in their homes, the clinic will provide resources and education; help explore their options and most importantly, ensure they understand the gravity of the situation. The general public is invited to attend the seminar, which will cover topics ranging from housing-related laws and financing options to foreclosure prevention strategies and mortgage workout programs. Private counseling sessions with volunteer real estate professionals can also be arranged.
Lin and AREAA are dedicated to promoting sustainable homeownership opportunities. “The satisfaction that comes from helping people is the most rewarding aspect of volunteer work,” said Lin, who speaks several languages, including Taiwanese/Chinese and Spanish.
A Certificate of Excellence award winner, Lin credits her success to her focus on client satisfaction. She completed the federal government’s Home Affordable Foreclosure Alternatives training program, to advance her knowledge.
Throughout her more than 20 years in real estate, Lin has consistently focused on enhancing the level of service she offers. She earned the Graduate, Realtor Institute designation, by completing an advanced series of courses pertaining to marketing, negotiating, finance and the applications of technology to the real estate business. Lin also earned a special asset management training certificate of completion.
For more information, or for a confidential meeting, please contact Chris Lin at Prudential California Realty’s Rancho Santa Fe office, at (760) 845-4186, or via e-mail at chris.lin@prusocal.com.

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