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About Irene Jooyeon Hwang

My motto is “The greatest pleasure in life is doing what people say I cannot do”.

I have achieved both a Bachelor of Arts and Economics, as well as a certificate in Early Childhood Education. With numerous different jobs in sales, business management, marketing, and education, I have gained a positive outlook on life and a desire to improve my interpersonal communication skills further.

I could work with children who are diagnosed with ADHD in Korea, teach basic computer programs to orphans and Korean children residing in Indonesia, and help a variety of people who are elderly or physically challenged in a care home in the UK. It was a priceless experience that we could share our different backgrounds and histories. I learned how to be patient, detail-oriented, proactive, and a strong advocate for all people I work with.

As your real estate agent, I will be an advocate for you. Whether you are buying or selling, I will work tirelessly to promote your best interests.

Latest Blog Posts

Keeping Mice Out of your Home

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New Year, New Home? Set Homeownership Goals Whether You’re Buying, Selling, or Staying Put

The start of a new year always compels people to take a fresh look at their goals, from health and career to relationships and finance. But with historically low mortgage rates, increased home sales

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10 Ways to Give Back to Our Local Community This Holiday Season

This year has demonstrated, perhaps more than ever, the importance of our family, friends, neighbors, and community. It truly “takes a village” to keep a community functioning,

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