The Lebanese real estate agent Philippe Ziade was born in Herhyara et Kattine in 1976. He immigrated to the United States in 1998 to pursue a degree in mechanical and civil engineering at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas.
Ziade is a self-made man. Thanks to his motivation and perseverance, he became a real success in his field. Even though he studied engineering, he is involved in the field of real estate for his love of design and analysis.
This Lebanese real estate agent is the founder and the chairman of the board of a company called Growth Holding which covers these areas: real estate, construction, technology, hospitality, gaming, and entertainment.
Also, he is the founder of other successful companies such as Appleton Properties, Incloud Software, Unibuilder Software, Growth Construction, Progressive Construction, and Growth Luxury Homes.
Philippe Ziade is well recognized in his field. By working in real estate with an engineer’s mindset and logic, he has a unique approach and always finds creative solutions. In fact, his way of working made him acquire an unlimited construction license in the state of Nevada.
More than that, his company will begin the construction of Tesla Village which is the first village in the world that entirely uses solar energy. In fact, the excess of energy will be stocked in Tesla batteries as known as Tesla Powerwalls.
His accomplishments are the following:
– #1 Real Estate Professional Nationally for Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate for 2011
– #46 among Top 1000 Real Estate Professionals in the US for 2011 by The Wall Street Journal and Real Trends, Inc.
– His performance was ranked #13 nationally and #1 in Nevada 2012 – Winner of the Top 40 under 40 by The Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors (GLVAR) and its Young Professionals Network of Las Vegas (YPN).
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