Trung Bien came to real estate as an investor in 2006, when he purchased his first rental property. But as the Calgary market entered its rather brutal correction in 2015, Bien transitioned to selling real estate rather than renting it out.
“Having previous real estate investing experience where I had my fair share of ups and downs has helped exponentially,” he says. “Wanting to help clients with their objectives gave me the drive to ensure their interests were placed as the number one priority.”
As a relatively new agent, Bien is quickly learning the value of systems and of breaking large goals into smaller action items. “That’s likely the largest contributor to my growth,” he says. “It keeps me focused on the highest value tasks, servicing the current client and prospecting for the next one.”