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About Spencer Hsu
Spencer was born and raised in San Jose. He has lived in the Bay Area for over 36 years and is highly familiar with the area’s vibrant, dynamic market. Prior to his real estate career, Spencer earned his MBA at Santa Clara University with his varied background and unique skill set, he turned his analytic systems into a thriving real estate career.
Using a calculated approach to real estate, he and his team can analyze market predictions, helping clients make informed decisions on when it’s time to buy and sell real estate. By taking calculated risks, he gives his clients an edge over the competition in this fast-paced market. He primarily focuses on real estate in the Bay Area, Silicon Valley, Santa Clara County, San Mateo County, and Alameda County.
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