99.co – In this new series entitled Agent Success Stories, we sit down with agency leaders to find out their side of the story. From their humble beginnings to the challenges they have faced on the road to success, we learn that a career in the real estate industry is one filled with boundless opportunities
One reopening, the owner of a three-bedroom unit at The Sea View in District 15 managed to sell his property solely through virtual viewings. According to Aaron Wan, group district director at PropNex Realty and the seller’s agent, the 1,410 sq ft unit will go for $2.85 million ($2,021 psf) when the option to purchase is eventually signed.
While most Singaporeans his age are moving into or living in their BTOs, 32-year-old Aaron Wan just moved into his S$7 million, freehold, close to 10,000² ft landed property in District 15. And this purchase was made through these uncertain times of COVID-19, to boot. The immense success this young PropNex division leader was not by sheer luck or coincidence; Aaron strictly adhered himself to a lifestyle that is now the cornerstone of his very own ‘28’ programme.
After all, properties in Singapore are minimally a six-digit receipt and it had always been a norm to have physical viewings before your clients sign the contract. Today you’ll hear from 3 Agent Partners – Mark Wang, Shawn Tan and Karen Lim; all of whom have earned their successes despite the odds and continued to emerge victorious in these unprecedented times.
In this series entitled Agent Success Stories, we sit down with real estate agents to find out their side of the story. From their humble beginnings to the challenges they have faced on the road to success, we learn that a career in the real estate industry is one filled with boundless opportunities – if you know where to look.
How to attract young people to join the guild hall and let the clan career have successors has always been an issue of great concern to local clan groups. In 2016, the Singapore Association of Clan Associations established the “Clan Village Outstanding Youth Award” in order to encourage young people to actively participate in clan careers and promote Chinese culture.
Aaron started out as an accountant by training and was working in the banking and finance industry before he decided to enter the real estate market. After much persistence and hard work, Aaron’s efforts finally paid off. Today, Aaron Wan Division (AWD) is the fastest growing team in PropNex and he is also the youngest to be awarded Champion Recruiter at PropNex.
An accountant by training, peers and and colleagues were taken aback when Aaron Wan (Associate Division Director/ERA) left the financial industry to pursue a career in real estate. We visit with Aaron today to learn more about this enterprising young man who bought his first private property at the age of 23.