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The Director of the LA VIP Agent Commercial Division, Loli Gomez hopes to illuminate the Los Angeles market through her work and personality

Loli Gomez is the Director of the LA VIP Agent Commercial Division at Keller Williams Beverly Hills. She is not just popular for her skills as a real estate agent but also due to her bubbly personality. Gomez felt like the industry would be something where she would really enjoy herself and make a good number of sales. So, she started to train under the mentorship of a residential agent in order to get her license as a commercial real estate agent.

Her attention to detail and transparency is her work is what sets her apart from most agents. Gomez never fails to communicate effectively and timely with her clients. On the other hand her skills in writing offers and strategic marketing have earned her well-deserved list of achievements.

Gomez’s business includes assisting individuals and investors locate income-producing assets for their subsequent acquisition. In addition to that, she also helps business owners diversify their portfolios, which best suits their business operations. Her agency specializes in Multi-Family, Retail, and General Commercial Sales. But, what interests Gomez the most about her job is the ability to meet new people and build relationships.

She says that it’s all about believing in the process in the real estate industry instead of expecting instant gratification once you form an acquaintance. She aims to diversify her team by including representatives for more asset types, namely, Industrial, Multi-Family, Retail, Office, Land, Mixed-Use & Speciality Buildings. With adequate marketing and expert strategies for her clients, Gomez aspires to operate at $25M in average team sales on an annual basis. She is working hard so that she can claim the position of the direction and overseeing of the growth of the LA VIP Agent Commercial Division. Furthermore, Gomez wants to operate at $15M in average sales as an agent herself annually in the coming five years.

The real estate agent hopes to live a life of freedom as she travels to different locations in the world along with the people he loves and cares for. Apart from her personal goals, it is also Gomez’s ambition to make strides towards equitable opportunity through diverse backgrounds of individuals both in the athletic and business realm.

Moreover, Gomez wants to assert herself as a woman of color, especially when wealthy white men dominate the field. Through her efforts, she wishes to create opportunities for women in the commercial realm. She intends to illuminate the Los Angeles market where talent is valued. In the upcoming years, Gomez hopes to be recognized under Forbes 30 under 30 as well as become a member of the Forbes Real Estate Council

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