From the business
Call me because you deserve nothing less than the best. I graduated from UC Berkeley in 2000 with my Bachelor of Arts degree in Business. From there, I excelled as a Financial Advisor for Morgan Stanley in San Francisco as one of their top Financial Advisors, helping my clients to increase the values of their portfolios. After some time, I decided to embark on a new career in Real Estate. I obtained my California real estate salesperson license in 2003, then obtained my Broker license in 2009, at which point I opened my own real estate company. I am now the CEO and Broker of Five Diamond Realty and sell real estate full time. I have sold hundreds of homes with great success. Whether you are buying or selling, you will not find a better real estate agent to represent you. I strive to exceed all of my client’s expectations at all times with unparalleled representation, honesty, integrity, customer service, negotiation skills, knowledge, professionalism, and ability to solve problems.
Established in 2009.
Five Diamond Realty was founded in 2009 during the Great Recession in Elk Grove, CA. The Broker, President, and CEO, Arsalon Badri, has been a Full Time Real Estate Agent since 2003, obtaining his Real Estate Broker license in 2009. Arsalon graduated from U. C. Berkeley in 2000 with his Bachelor of Arts degree in a business related field. Prior to obtaining his Real Estate Agent license, Arsalon worked as a Financial Advisor for Morgan Stanley in San Francisco. With hundreds of properties negotiated and sold, Five Diamond Realty is highly qualified to get the job done and surpass all your expectations. Call now to receive your Five Diamond Service.
Meet the Business Owner
Business owner information
I have lived in multiple countries, including Japan and India. Living in different countries made me more aware of the differences in cultures and how people live their lives. Therefore, I am more sensitive to my clients’ customs and cultures. 🙂
In India, it was normal to be walking on the street and running into an elephant. The monsoon rains are definitely hard to forget as well as their great and spicy food.
I have fond memories of Japan as well. The food was very delicious and healthy, especially the public school lunches. The interesting thing is I love sushi but I was young when I lived in Japan and never tried it while I was there. Now I want to fly there just to try their sushi and of course have a bit of everything else they offer.
I spoke both Hindi and Japanese, but since it’s been many years, I forgot how to speak both languages. I still remember some words and rhymes in Japanese, which is interesting since I don’t practice any Japanese with anyone.
Five Diamond Realty
BRE License #01875847
9245 Laguna Springs Dr, Suite 200
Elk Grove, CA 95758