Lillian Ng has over 35 collective years of experience in real estate, from sales and property management to investment and tax-reduction appeals. Since joining Compass in 1989, Lillian has completed transactions in almost every district of San Francisco, created and spearheaded the Asian Marketing Division, and is the recipient of numerous top-sales honors, including two-time winner of the Compass Inspiration Award.
Lillian specializes in the sale and purchase of investment properties, single-family homes, condos, and estate properties. As a native San Franciscan and seasoned real-estate investor, Lillian is an expert on the city’s complex rent-control laws as they relate to income and investment properties. She uses her technology savvy to create state-of-the-art communication tools that keep her clients informed of transaction processes, real estate trends, and issues that relate to their investments. Lillian also loves negotiating on behalf of her clients, who have high praise for her abilities and skills:
Lillian holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Advertising from San Jose State University and earned licenses as a stockbroker and as certified financial planner. Prior to her career in real estate, she supervised strategic marketing programs for Security Pacific Bank, Crocker Bank, and First Interstate Discount Brokerage, where she was vice president.
For the past 16 years, Lillian has also been a certified feng-shui consultant. She has helped scores of individual clients as well as corporate ones, including Tishman Speyer, The Polaris Group, the Four Seasons Residences, Brannan Lofts, Hamilton Homes, and Sutterfield Condominiums. This expertise, plus her excellent communication and negotiation skills and fluency in Chinese (Cantonese and Toisanese dialects), make Lillian a highly sought-after agent in the diverse communities of San Francisco.
In her spare time, Lillian enjoys cooking, gardening, line and ballroom dancing, and travel. She is a past board of director with Richmond Area Multi Services (RAMS) and the Chinatown Neighborhood Improvement Resource Council.