We are proud to announce Julie Tran has been elected 2021 president of the Orange County Chapter of the Asian Real Estate Association of America.
With a deep commitment to her hometown and her ancestral heritage, Julie has served as a board member of the association for the past six years. Highly respected among her peers and clients alike, Julie helped to add 85 new members to the roster during her term as 2021 president of the chapter.
“Julie’s commitment to her clients transcends expectations whether representing a first-time homebuyer, seasoned investor, or luxury clientele,” Branch Manager David Yegenian said. “She strives to be a reliable resource to her clients, and has built her business with the core values of trust, honestly, and loyalty, which results in referrals and repeat business. If anyone is highly qualified to serve as leader of the AREAA chapter, it is Julie!”
Not only a top sales agent within her office, the company, and the vast Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices global network, Julie has been featured as a Top Producer in Orange County Magazine and was also recognized in 2019 and 2020 for achieving AREAA’s prestigious A-List, ranking her as one of the sales leaders among the association’s 17,000 members nationwide.
With a long history of philanthropic endeavors to her credit, Julie is never too busy to dive in and make a difference, whether in the community or her industry. She is known for expertly and quietly getting any job done.
“AREAA is a great organization that offers many opportunities for professional growth and to make a difference within the Asian American community,” Julie said. “I have always been passionate about helping others with real estate, and AREAA opens doors for me to help the Asian American and Pacific Islander community navigate homeownership. It also allowed me to expand my business network to build new relationships.”
A prolific advocate and volunteer, Julie was recently tapped to serve on Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties’ IMPACT Council, which stands for Inclusive Mindset Promoting Action to Change Things. The Council is committed to creating an inclusive, equitable, and welcoming environment for all agents, staff, and the communities they serve. She also is 2021 Vice President of the Orange County chapter of The Charitable Foundation, a nonprofit run by agents and employees of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties who wish to have a beneficial and constructive impact on their local communities.
A longtime Irvine resident fluent in Korean and Vietnamese, Julie is up for any challenge that buyers and sellers throughout Orange County bring her way. Get in touch with Julie Tran today.
Founded in 2003, the AREAA is a national nonprofit trade organization dedicated to improving the lives of the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community through homeownership. With approximately 17,000 members in 41 chapters, AREAA is a powerful national voice for housing and real estate professionals that serve this dynamic market.