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Broker. Flipper.
Real Estate Champion.
Christopher Lim, Broker-Owner of Neighborhood Consulting Inc., has demonstrated success in leading Real Estate Investment ventures and firms in order to achieve superior financial returns. His track record includes proven accomplishments leading effective negotiations for property purchases, leading teams to efficiently manage construction projects with aggressive timelines, and successfully negotiating sales of completed properties to ensure timely return on investment. 
Other experience includes serving as President for Real Estate firms such as; Catalina Estates, Modern Redevelopment, and Melody Estates. Christopher has also spent time working as a Realtor, Loan Officer and Account Executive for prestigious firms such as; Prime Realty, Alliance Bancorp, First Magnus, Funded Capital, Americorp Funding, and SDL Financial. 
As a residential loan officer, Christopher demonstrated industry knowledge by creating a multi-cultural radio show, School of Mortgages (KLBA) called Escuela De Hipoteca. This show was intended to educate borrowers to make better decisions when selecting a home loan (2005-2009). 
Given his extensive experience in leadership within real estate, lending, and account management, Christopher has access to key networks and up to date knowledge about current industry trends. This access helps him to proactively assess and analyze potential investment opportunities to ensure that only ventures with potential are considered. 
While leading Neighborhood Consulting, Christopher demonstrated success in effectively utilizing international networks through the successful closing on the sale of the Holiday Inn Hotel and Suites Anaheim (a $27.5 million deal).
 Christopher obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy from the University of California. 
Christopher brings extensive experience, knowledge, and contacts to each investment opportunity which has created proven success and a secure way for investors to take advantage of investment opportunities. 
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