Oliver Lei Han has always had a passion for real estate, from both the artistic aspects of architecture and interior design, as well as the financial aspects as an investment. His close experiences watching his family and friends buying properties in New York sparked his interest and his understanding that finding a right home can be a long, emotional process. "Major part of my job is to not only inform and support my clients, but to manage their expectations to make it less stressful."
Oliver works for his clients' satisfaction and referrals, not just for commissions. Relationship building and customer service are number one priority for him before anything else. "When you entrust me with helping you and your loved ones in the future, that's my ultimate reward!"
Originally from China, Oliver has lived in New York for over seven years, first in Chelsea and currently in Flatiron. His Chinese cultural background and familiarity with the real estate market and New York City lifestyle positioned him very well to serve foreign investors from China and Taiwan, as well as longtime New Yorkers. "I will customize my service based on each client's needs, from purchasing property to after-sale property management and renting out apartments."
Friendly, focused and hardworking, Oliver's ultimate goal is to "have you as my client for life." Prior to entering real estate, he worked in auction and fine art sales meeting people from all countries and walks of life. His years as a freelance photographer and graphic designer trained his creative eye and aesthetic vision, while his work as a software programmer instilled a sense of discipline, problem solving and tech savvy.
Fluent in Mandarin and English, Oliver holds a B.A. degree in Computer Science from Tianjin University. In free time he is an art lover who frequents the Met, MOMA and private galleries. Oliver still enjoys his passion for photography, as well as performance art, whether it be a Madonna concert or Mozart opera. He also stays fit by biking by the Hudson River, jogging in Central Park, and training with a swim team.