Deasy/Penner Welcomes Kevin Truong

Born in Hong Kong and raised in suburbs of Los Angeles, Kevin attended Cal State LA and has lived throughout the Los Angeles area, having recently settled in Temple City.

He’s worked in myriad industries for a diverse array of companies such as Price Waterhouse Coopers and the Panda Management Group. His sales experience spans from Life/Health Insurance, to restaurant supplies, to cars. Throughout the last 15 years, he has covered all aspects of the real estate industry; title, escrow, home loans and buyer/seller representation.

Kevin’s an avid traveler, loves working with his hands and has a passion for art and architecture. He’s a team player who goes above and beyond for his friends, family and clients.

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