Who is Heidi Mao

Who is Heidi Mao



heidi Mao heidimao Keller Williams KW Realty Realtor copyHeidi Mao has been selling Real Estate in the State of California since 1990. With 21 years of experience as a Realtor, Heidi has mastered the selling of Single-Family Homes, Multi-Unit Residences, Land and Commercial Property with Keller Williams Realty.

Over the years, Heidi has acquired Professionals where her mission is to ensure complete customer satisfaction.

Education

As a Beijing Broadcasting University Graduate, Heidi Mao has continued her career and education in the United States as a successful Real Estate agent. Heidi is also a licensed Real Estate Broker, who will always provide her clients with much wider knowledge from her experiences and education. With up to date technology and resources, Heidi can inform her clients of the latest trends, laws, and requirements for an ethical and efficient business transaction.

Due to a steady and consistent change in the Real Estate industry, Heidi Mao has dedicated herself to continue her education and training in order to keep up with a cutting edge market. Heidi has devoted and invested her time and money to further her training through the Mike Ferry Organization, consisting of regular training and motivational seminars, One-on-One Coaching, and Daily Coaching with the Superstars Program. The Mike Ferry Organization is the leading Real Estate coaching and training organization in North America with more than 40 years of experience and expertise in sales techniques, training, and motivation.

Professional Affiliations

  • Tri-Counties Board of Realtors
  • Tri-Counties Association of Realtors
  • Certified Distressed Property Expert
  • The Five Star Institute (certified REO From A to Z)

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