Established Los Angeles industry leader Ling “L.C.” Beh’s broad professional background is long-steeped in the real estate business. Fit with a comprehensive understanding of the industry from both practical and emotional standpoints, L.C. confidently addresses the varying key aspects that prove most important to his clients. That has made him the go-to real estate advisor for private investors and major corporations, as well as families looking for their piece of the American dream.
Prior to becoming an agent, L.C. enjoyed a 10-year career in mortgage financing and executive management at Wells Fargo, where he was a top branch manager, top sales agent, and top loan agent. When he switched gears, he built his expertise around multi-family properties and residential property management and has consistently ranked in the top 1% nationally every year since. As for L.C.’s client base, it consists mostly of first-time buyers, seasoned investors, and those looking for commercial investments. All rely on L.C.’s talent for spotting desirable locations and underperforming properties with potential — and his attention-grabbing marketing campaigns.
Despite L.C.’s goal-oriented perseverance to close deals with maximum ROI for his clients, there are few things that he enjoys more than helping people achieve their real estate goals and overcome obstacles that may arise during the process. Real estate is an industry that speaks to him in many ways. It’s not just something he enjoys because he is so skillful at it — he has a deep appreciation for how our lives are intertwined with it, from work and play to relaxation.
L.C.’s real estate success and dedication to his clients have made quite an impact on the industry. He is the 2020 president of the Asian Real Estate Association of America (AREAA) Greater Los Angeles Chapter, and he is a founding executive board member of the AREAA North Los Angeles Chapter. L.C. has also developed real estate classes to educate the community on a wide range of topics, including leasing and management protocols, accessory dwelling units (ADUs), and multi-family development trends.