Me & My Property

A 'matchmaker' on the lookout for the perfect fit in homes

ERA branch division director Ryan Lee (left), with his parents Benson Lee, 57, and Peggy Lim, 51, and his younger brother, Kah Liang, 25, who has joined him in the property business. He has consistently been one of ERA's top 5 per cent of real estate agen
ERA branch division director Ryan Lee (left), with his parents Benson Lee, 57, and Peggy Lim, 51, and his younger brother, Kah Liang, 25, who has joined him in the property business. He has consistently been one of ERA's top 5 per cent of real estate agents, and had a place on the Asia Pacific Conference ERA Top 300 Achievers Chart for the past two years.ST PHOTO: ALVIN HO
Mr Lee's family upgraded from an HDB flat to Rosewood condominium (above) in Woodlands, an area his parents grew up in.
Mr Lee's family upgraded from an HDB flat to Rosewood condominium (above) in Woodlands, an area his parents grew up in. ST PHOTO: ALVIN HO
Mr Lee says the "koi pond" which his father converted from a planter box is a relaxing spot for his quiet or "me" time.
Mr Lee says the "koi pond" which his father converted from a planter box is a relaxing spot for his quiet or "me" time.PHOTO: COURTESY OF RYAN LEE

ERA agent aims for the right match, whether for his own investment or a client's

ERA branch division director Ryan Lee reckons that finding the right home for a client is more like matchmaking than simple selling.

Mr Lee, who joined the property agency soon after graduating with a Bachelor of Science (Real Estate) from the National University of Singapore (NUS) in 2015, says he derives immense satisfaction from finding the perfect match for a home seeker.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on May 06, 2018, with the headline 'A 'matchmaker' on the lookout for the perfect fit in homes'. Print Edition | Subscribe