Becky Lee's 30 years of exceptional real estate experience include commercial, residential and international investments throughout the Eastside and greater Seattle area resulting in high accolades and respect from her peers and clientele alike.
Becky Lee is a leading expert on international affairs, a Founding Member of Asia Relations for the Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty brand and consistently a top broker who offers a wealth of international expertise, insight and leadership. Her 30 years of exceptional real estate experience include commercial, residential and international investments throughout the Eastside and greater Seattle area resulting in high accolades and respect from her peers and clientele alike.
Becky’s commitment to global relations is further demonstrated by her proficiency in English, Taiwanese, Mandarin, Japanese, and Chinese. As a member of the Greater Seattle Area community for over 40 years, Becky has secured a vast networking system with contacts in various communities and establishments, which allows her clients to enjoy a smooth buying and selling process. She prides herself on her market knowledge, where her local and global insights allow her to assist her clients in making well-informed decisions. She also ensures that her integrity and stellar service flow both throughout the transaction process and beyond.
Becky is known as a team player with outstanding interpersonal skills. She is a strong negotiator, goal oriented, self-motivated, and someone who truly works well under pressure. Becky’s impressive background includes a prominent role in lobbying personally with the White House during President Clinton’s term to successfully repeal the Pelly Amendment, the trade sanction to Taiwan. She is solely responsible for producing, organizing and chairing an annual 4 day conference for the North American Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce at the Bellevue Hyatt Hotel including 120 rooms, speakers, conference programming and gala events.
Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce Seattle President (2000-2001)
Treasurer and Executive Board Member for the Washington State Republican Party (2001-2004)
Director and Executive Advisor for the World Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce (2000-2008)
Seattle Chapter President for the Formosan Association for Public Affairs (2006-2008)
Central Standing Committee Board Member for Formosan Association for Public Affairs (2009-2013)
Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce North America Board of Directors since 1991, serving as their Vice President (1994-1995 and 1998-1999)
Interpreter/translator services to Immigration Courts, US Social Services, US Court House, and the Seattle Police Department for over 25 years
Seattle Art Museum, oversee 32 volunteers and facilitate the last shift of the King Tut Exhibition
Washington State's Republican Party Treasurer from (2001-2004)