Ping Chen

realtor

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Realtor based in Alhambra who is originally from China’s Henan Province

Ping Chen on KCRW

Investors from China bought $22 billion worth of homes in the United States last year and Arcadia, in the San Gabriel Valley, is a microcosm of what’s happening around the country.

Chinese Millionaires Are Snapping Up LA Real Estate

Investors from China bought $22 billion worth of homes in the United States last year and Arcadia, in the San Gabriel Valley, is a microcosm of what’s happening around the country.

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