Allen Chiang is the broker/owner, CEO of Presidential Real Estate Inc, the largest Chinese real estate company in California with 5 branches and over 400 agents in Los Angeles and Southern California.
Born in China, Allen moved to Taiwan during World War II. He was an owner of the assembly factory for handbags and leather items with more than 3,000 employees and traded with partners in US, Canada, Europe and Australia. He moved to the United States as an immigrant and earned a law degree in New York and a bachelor of electrical engineering of University of California Los Angeles and master of Computer Science.
With law and engineering background, it allowed him to stay at the cutting–edge of real estate trend as well as becoming a master of real estate law. As the CEO of Presidential Real Estate, Mr. Chiang has earned almost all national professional certifications: CCIM, CIPS, CRB, CRS, ABRM, ABR, SRES, RECS, AIR, ePRO and TRC. He became the only person in NAR (National Associations of Realtors) to hold many recognitions.
Mr. Chiang has been a guest speaker of many industry events, seminars nation-wide.
His hard work, focus, and dedication have earned him a name widely known in the Caucasian dominated real estate market. In 1992, he was given the chair of C.A.R (California Association of Realtors). Over the years he has held numerous office from local board directors, regional board directors, and he is involved in Southern California and C.A.R International Real Estate Legislative Liaisons.
Over 20 years of business ventures, he has always insisted on training each agent personally. He taught all his fellow realtors the knowledge available to him, and he has mentored many of AREAA’s members. He has helped thousands of minorities achieve the American Dream of owning a home. Mr. Chiang is the HOPE Award winner, four years Vice Chair/Chair of Equal OPP 2006 to 2009, and the past Chairperson of AREAA (Asian Real Estate Association of America). In 2012, Mr. Chiang was the chair of International Committee of AREAA and coordinated the US-China Real Estate Trade Mission in Beijing, Shenzhen and Hangzhou.