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In his three decades in the industry, Daron Campbell has personally closed in excess of $4 billion in transactions as an investment real estate agent, while also achieving great success as an internationally-recognized speaker, trainer, mentor, and coach. Specializing in the sale of investment properties in the greater Los Angeles area, he has helped clients exponentially grow their real estate portfolios and surpass their investment goals. Daron’s strong financial background and extensive market knowledge enable him to target investments that result in long-term profitability. Clients appreciate his keen negotiating tactics, dynamic pricing and marketing strategies, and unrivaled work ethic. Additionally, colleagues routinely seek him out for his expertise, and he is regularly named in the top 1% of agents in the U.S.
Born in Chicago, Daron moved to California at the age of 14. He attended UCLA, where he was the recipient of the Jackie Robinson Scholarship, which exposed him to corporate leaders, civic organizations, and philanthropic causes. After earning an economics degree, he was hired by the university to work in Major Gifts and Corporate and Foundation Relations. There, he learned that high-net-worth donors were also heavily involved in real estate. That inspired Daron to obtain his license and join the industry, where he discovered his true passion. Since then, in addition to his professional accomplishments, Daron has also fixed and flipped more than 100 Los Angeles properties, and has syndicated, owned, and managed over 1000 apartment units.
Daron recognizes the importance of giving back, and he now serves as chairman of the Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship committee. He is also a member of Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO), a global leadership community of chief executives, and he received the Hall of Fame award at his former agency. In his free time, Daron enjoys sports, traveling to exotic destinations, and spending time with his three grown children, Alexis, Ashley, and Aaron.