The Young Lee Team


Young Lee, Broker and Team Leader

Angela Lim, Broker

Jonathan Cruz, Broker

With two decades of combined experience, the Young Lee Team at @properties consists of Young Lee, broker and team leader, along with brokers Angela Lim and Jonathan Cruz. For this team centered in Barrington, Northbrook and the Northwest Suburbs and covering condo, multifamily and single family homes, helping clients secure a valuable asset and build wealth is the name of the game.

“We understand the power and importance of this investment for them,” says Lee of his team’s perspective on service. “We’re helping them achieve that dream of home ownership and set them up for a bright future.” Having grown up in the Chicago area, Lee has watched the area explode with growth – and competition. “We really utilize technology to cut through the noise and highlight our listings, truly showcasing our clients’ homes with visual mediums like social media, video and virtual tours.”

With Lim’s 15 years of corporate experience and Cruz’ background having grown up in the area, the team strikes a balance of qualitative and quantitative insight that helps them navigate Chicago’s vast real estate market with ease. “Being a team helps each of us focus on our strengths, and we balance on another out,” they say.

Clients comment that this trio always treats them like friends rather than clients. Known for their exceptional planning and organizational skills, the Young Lee team brings knowledge and compassion to their interactions with clients and other agents. “The goal is always to make clients feel comfortable and to build trust that we have their backs and best interest driving every decision we guide them in,” says Lee of his team’s ethos.

An @properties Rolex Club winner for 2019, Lee is a multi-year top producer with the Chicago Association of Realtors. As he leads his team to greatness, he prioritizes clients first.

“We’re their biggest advocates and treat them with respect.”

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