A lot can be said about Marlin Dginguerian, as an expert Realtor, however the expression ‘Rising Star’ really sums it up nicely!
As with most power agents in the real estate industry, Marlin studied business in college; and to this day she uses the knowledge gained in school to aid her in successfully closing transactions. Post-college Marlin took a job in the tech sector, where she managed a prominent e-commerce company and played a pivotal role in the day to day operations.
After honing her skills, and helping grow the company for five years, Marlin decided that she wanted to work in an industry where she could utilize her interpersonal skills and really make a difference in her clients’ lives. Real estate was exactly what she was looking for, as it afforded her this exact opportunity.
Transitioning into real estate, Marlin took a job as a transaction coordinator at a local real estate firm and stayed there for a couple years. During that time, she managed to absorb an incredible amount of knowledge regarding the industry and how it operates.
Having developed a solid understanding of real estate, Marlin obtained her license and set out to make a name for herself as a Realtor. Initially starting out as a rental specialist, Marlin has quickly become THE agent to list with. In fact she has averaged a listing a month since she joined our team!
We look forward to helping Marlin grow as an agent, and to her continued success in our industry!
If you have any questions regarding your property, or purchasing a property, CALL MARLIN for expert guidance and personal service!
+ Experienced in Marketing and Sales
+ Expert at analyzing investment properties.
+ Specialize in residential and commercial real estate.
+ Bachelors degree in Business Management.
+ Designated as a Certified Residential Specialist.
+ Member of Glendale Association of Realtors.
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