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Getting to know your local Real Estate Agent Logan Emery

 
by: HB News staff writer
Posted: March 9, 2020

 

Real Estate Agent Logan Emery

 

HUNTINGTON BEACH...This week we'll continue our search to know about the people whose signs you may have seen on your neighborhood street corners that advertises an open house for sale or even who may have sold you your dream home in Huntington Beach.

This week's agent proves that someone can become a professional real estate agent at any age when one studies and devotes many hours of hard work. This is just what Logan Emery has done.

Logan was born in Cypress, California, just over the horizon from the community of Huntington Beach that his family would later choose as their hometown. As an only child growing up in Orange County, he thought of maybe becoming a police officer like his father who is a Deputy Sheriff in Los Angeles County.

When the family moved to Surf City USA about 20 years ago, Logan would attend Huntington Beach High School where he was introduced into the local beach culture that thrived along Main Street.

His first employment was at the popular Sugar Shack Cafe on Main Street working along side the Turner family where he served meals to many professional surfers from all over the globe who stopped by the shack and listening to their many surfing stories.

During this time his mother Natalie had qualified for her Real Estate license and Logan had a choice of either following his dad into law enforcement or into the real estate business that his mom had chosen.

His mother won out when in 2016 Logan received his Real Estate license.

"It was amazing," said Logan on having his first sale, "I felt I had accomplished something good."

When time permits Logan likes the outdoor activities of surfing, snowboarding, hiking and caring for his pet cat Chance.

"It's great to be working with my son, his knowledge of the industry and its technology side is great," said Natalie Emery.

Logan works out of the Seven Gables Real Estate office on Beach Boulevard, across from the historic Newland House Museum and can be reached at 714-330-3426 to answer any questions a buyer or seller may have.

 

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