Offering top-notch professional advice and consultations with over 33 years of experience, wisdom and professional care.
Now working on the 2nd generation with a happy smile!
Integrity and honour with reasonable commission rates keep the repeat/referral clients coming back year after year.
My Remax Awards
First licensed in 1983, Doug Chen obtained his broker’s license in 1985 and joined RE/MAX in the same year. In 1994, Doug obtained the RE/MAX Hall of Fame Award and in 2010 he received the awesome RE/MAX Lifetime Achievement Award.
Doug has always known the crucial importance of working as a team member, as he is an avid and successful (not always) doubles player in tennis and is a member of the Richmond Hill Slow Pitch League since 1995.
In the real estate profession, Doug has had many professional development courses such as ‘Successful Negotiations”, “The Non-Spoken Communication Skills” as well as over 1000+ closed transactions and their successful stories to chalk up in the memory bank.
Throughout the past 28 years practicing in real estate, Doug has learned that working with buyers/sellers/investors/lessors/lessees, the general basic principles are very similar, but no two are ever exactly the same.
Some remarkable events about Douglas Chen.
Joined Remax at Fairview Mall until 1999 it was taken over Remax Hallmark
Broker's Licensed passed and took NLP neutral linguistic programming course as well advocated negotiation courses
1999 to 2017
Received with Remax Hallmark Achieved Remax Hall of Fame Award in 1995 and Lifetime Achievement Award in 2010. Accredited buyer Representation (ABR) course and Register Relocation specialist (RPS) courses were taken.
Marries since 1987 had 3 children in 45 months with 2 and gorgeous daughter in the middle.
Tennis and softball have played a big part in my life in the past 40 years. Joined Bayview Golf & Country Club in 1990 and remained an active tennis member. Joined Richmond Hill Men's Slow Pitch League since 1996 and still chasing them fly balls.
Experience and the ability to handle the different personalities and knowledge of negotiating tactics are truly vital and crucial to procure in these successful transactions. Doug speaks Mandarin, Taiwanese and aside from practicing in residential real estate, he has had numerous years practicing commercial and industrial office leases and sales in donut shops, auto garages, and flower shops. Doug’s success in real estate stems from his sense of honour and fairness and, most of all, the right to offer the client to exercise the best possible available option.