Personal Real Estate Corporation
“To be successful, you have to have your heart in your business and your business in your heart.” —Thomas Watson, Sr., former CEO of IBM
When Mimi Chau started working for a real estate developer 20 years ago, she discovered her affinity for the real estate industry and later joined the rennie Advisor team in 2007. “Being able to help my clients realize their dreams by finding them the right home or selling their home for an optimal price and terms has been most satisfying!” says Mimi, who feels honoured to work alongside the rest of the dedicated Advisors who make up rennie’s Advisor team. While honing her craft as a real estate professional, Mimi enrolled in postgraduate studies at UBC under the School of Architecture and attained her master degree of advanced studies in architecture in 2008. Mimi has lived in Yaletown since 2004. “It’s a fantastic location,” she says, “So vibrant and friendly, and a great starting point for exploring the seawall.” Over the next 10 years, Mimi plans to continue building her real estate career and to make time for world travel. For Mimi, a perfect night relaxing at home would be with a three-course dinner starting with lobster bisque, followed with miso-sake marinated sablefish and roasted Brussels sprouts, and capped off with tiramisu—Sarah Brightman and Ed Sheeran would definitely be on the accompanying soundtrack.
Mimi Chau Personal Real Estate Corporation
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