Cristina Hsieh

Managing Director


Direct:   909.967.9588

CA DRE Lic. 01944970

Cristina Hsieh has a diversified and international business background. She spent many years working in the consumer electronics sector before embarking on her real estate career. She specializes in industrial and retail sales & leasing in S. California.

Prior to immigrating to the United States, Cristina lived in Taiwan, the Philippines and Chile. She is fluent in English, Mandarin Chinese, Taiwanese and Spanish. Although she works throughout Southern California, her focus area covers the Inland Empire and the San Gabriel Valley where her unique language skills can be most appreciated. Her multicultural background has helped her navigate the tremendous diversity of the region and build strong relationships with her clients.

Cristina earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from California State University, Fullerton.  She has helped numerous local and foreign start-ups by representing them in leasing warehouse, office and retail spaces throughout Orange County, Los Angeles County and the Inland Empire.  In addition, her goal as investment broker is to help her clients raise the value of their property through strategic marketing, and get the maximum value when it’s time to exit.

Cristina has recently completed all of the advanced coursework needed to become a Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) candidate, one of the most prestigious achievements in the commercial real estate industry. In addition to her active participation in the CCIM global community, Cristina is a member of CCIM-LA Chapter, AIR Commercial Real Estate Association (AIR), Asian Real Estate Association of America (AREAA), and International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC).

As Sperry Commercial Global Affiliate located in Ontario, SEGAI CRE will be a great resource for clients who seek to start, relocate and expand their operations in the growing Inland Empire. 

Managing Director
Managing Director