Wu-Hsiung Wu got into real estate entirely by accident. He was first approached by a Chinese customer while he was working at his antique shop, The Neighborhood Garage Sales. He asked Wu for help buying a house. Despite having no experience in real estate, Wu immediately asked, “What kind of house are you looking for?” After a year of work, Wu finally helped the man find his house. His story quickly spread, and to date, Wu has helped over 100 Chinese business owners, their relatives and friends in their dream homes.
He has been with LAH for nearly 8 years, but he feels like he’s been there since the beginning. What sets him apart is his friendly rapport with his clients. “I am not a Realtor when working with my clients,” he said. “I’m just a friend shopping houses with another friend. I’m selling your house with you, not for you.”
Wu takes every chance he can get to learn more about Real Estate, and he’s assisted the Chinese community hold seminars to educate them about housing and real estate investment. When he’s not working, Wu loves to get his hands dirty by planting vegetables in his backyard. He also loves to go to the gym, and he loves to cook.
One interesting fact about Wu is that he served as the assistant coach for the Taiwan Olympic archery team 30 years ago. He’s currently preparing to form a local youth archery team in his community, which he also intends to coach.