Hernan Mejia

Broker Associate

The Associates Realty Group

About Hernan Mejia

Hernan Mejia started his Real Estate career as a Residential Loan Officer in 2002 at a small boutique broker’s office. He quickly learned and gained the experience in Residential Lending to transition into Commercial banking within local community Commercial Banks. In 2006, Hernan obtained his Real Estate license and started to help families with purchasing and selling properties. In 2017, Hernan obtained his Real Estate Broker’s license and is currently a Broker Associate The Associates Realty Group.


Hernan provides the highest levels of quality service to his clients. When you hire Hernan to work for you, you hire an innovative and experienced Real Estate Broker that will work around the clock to meet all of your Real Estate needs. Constant communication, efficiency, fantastic negotiation skills and great attention to details are just a few qualities that makes Hernan stand out from the crowd. Hernan has the knowledge, experience and confidence to help you navigate through the Real Estate Market.


“Because my business is built on referrals, please consider me the next time you talk to someone who needs a real estate professional"

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