Welcome to Episode 87 of the Asian Hustle Network Podcast! We are very excited to have Rango Le on this week's episode.
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Rango Le built a successful real estate company from scratch in the Seattle / Bellevue WA area. With only $500 dollars in his pocket, no college education, no startup money, no partner. Rango was able to get his real estate company to a $4 million a year company.
His company, Warring Properties / Century 21, was the leading minority-owned and most diverse real estate company in WA State, with 125 agents on their roster and managing 3 office locations.
He also successfully developed, built, and sold high-end residential properties in Seattle's Premier neighborhoods. He has a true rag to riches story, from fleeing war-torn Vietnam in the middle of the night on a small rickety fishing boat to overcoming poverty living in the Low-Income Seattle Housing Projects.
Rango’s latest passion is a podcast / YouTube show called, “Blessed Boaters”. The show talks about what it's like to flee Vietnam as a refugee and the ups and downs of trying to obtain the American dream, turning pain into power.
This episode is sponsored by Comcast RISE. Comcast RISE (“Representation, Investment, Strength and Empowerment”) is a multi-year, multi-faceted initiative designed to help strengthen small businesses owned by people of color that have been hit the hardest by the pandemic. Register today: https://www.comcastrise.com/
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