James Hoppe

Real Estate Agent | License #01390168PreviewOC Real Estate28251 Leticia, Mission Viejo, CA
About JamesCoastal Orange County Luxury Property Specialist
About Bio:
"Five Star Real Estate Agent of the Year" award recipient for the 4th consecutive year (2011-2014) as published in Orange Coast Magazine as the Top Real Estate Agent in Orange County, honored for his "exceptional service and overall customer satisfaction". James, a Southern California native, is also a licensed California Architect (C-29405) and the Broker-Owner of Hoppe Realty. He graduated from Woodbury University and holds a Bachelor of Architecture (BArch) professional 5-year degree with a minor in Business Administration. Starting with Coldwell Banker Beachside Realtors (CBBR) in 2003, CBBR presented James the "Outstanding and Top First Year Salesperson Award" in real estate sales and production in 2004. In 2005, James was honored the "Coldwell Banker International Diamond Society Award" for top sales production. Throughout their years with Coldwell Banker, James and his wife Margret were the recipients of numerous top production awards for closed sales transactions and listings taken. Margret, originally from Egypt speaks fluent Arabic. Like her husband James, Margret is also a Broker-Owner of Hoppe Realty. Margret brings her relentless negotiation skills to the table and ultimately, gets her real estate clients what they want. Both James and Margret are certified Luxury Property and Corporate Relocation Specialists. In 2011, James and Margret established Hoppe Realty. Since then, they have been ranked as OC's #1 real estate owned, husband-and-wife company.
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