Wei Min is a Manhattan buy-side condominium specialist often interviewed by the media such as The Wall Street Journal, CNN and The New York Times. He founded the Castle Avenue Team at Rutenberg Realty (www.castle-avenue.com).
Wei Min adds value by bringing analytical and financial concepts into the property purchase process. He has invested in cash flow, appreciation, value add and foreclosure property in New York, North Carolina and Asia and shares first hand knowledge with investor clients.
In a testament to negotiation savvy, The New York Times mentioned Wei Min's deal in the cover story Developers Cease Condo Incentives. As one of Manhattan's top foreign buyer experts, Wei Min appeared in The Wall Street Journal's article Foreigners Snapping Up U.S. Property and The New York Times' article Wealthy Chinese Buying Luxury Condos.
Originally from Malaysia, Wei Min speaks English, Cantonese Chinese, Mandarin Chinese and Malay. He has served clients from within New York, North America, Asia, Europe and Latin America. To foreign clients, Wei Min serves as a one-stop solution and manages the process from buying to renting out to eventually, selling.
Prior to real estate, Wei Min was Vice President at Citigroup responsible for a $500 million portfolio. He received Citigroup's prestigious Chairman's Award, a recognition awarded to the top 2% of managers. He is a fitness enthusiast and does 10K and half marathon runs, spinning, weight training and Crossfit. He also plays the piano and holds a black belt in Taekwondo.
Wei Min received an MBA from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a BBA, Summa Cum Laude, from Marshall University. He is a Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker, Member of the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY) and Member of REBNY's Residential Sales Council.