Leo Pareja entered Real Estate at just 19 years of age and by 28 he was the #1 Keller Williams Agent in the world. He became a permanent fixture on The Thousand report, published by REAL Trends in partnership with the Wall Street Journal, as well as #1 Agent on NAHREP’s Top 250 list and an Alumni of Realtor Magazine’s 30 under 30. During his 15 years selling, Pareja sold close to 4,000 homes representing around 750 million in transactional volume.
In parallel to selling real estate, in 2012 he co-founded and continues to co-own Washington Capital Partners, one of the largest private lending companies in the mid-Atlantic region. WCP provides financing to buy, fix and flip for investors of SFR product by focusing on a frictionless process leveraged through a proprietary technology platform. In 2017, WCP will originate 100 million in SFR investment loans. The company delivers debt to liquidity conduits in the secondary market which is uncommon in a space predominantly full of small mom and pop operators.
As the CEO of Remine, he has officially crossed the line into being a full-blown technologist after straddling the line for many years. Remine delivers big data visualizations and predictive analytics to real estate agents exclusively through their MLS. The demand for Remine from the MLSs is exceptionally strong – more than half of all residential Realtors will have access to Remine via their MLS by the end of the 2017.
Pareja has been highly involved with the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals. Pareja was the founding President of the NAHREP Metro DC chapter and then joining the national board to expand their efforts in public policy advocacy to protect the underserved markets. He will continue serving the organizations mission as the 2017 National President.