Jamie Tian

Top Agent
Rodeo Realty


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Jamie is fluent in Chinese and specializes in properties throughout Los Angeles and Orange Counties. She is an active member of the community and a proud UCLA alumna. She led and organized the “Sage Hill Conservation Project” to preserve the last remaining patch of wildlife in the community of Westwood in the northwest corner of UCLA’s campus.