About Dino Champagne-1031 Exchange Expert in Los Angeles
Before joining Asset Preservation, Inc. (API) in 2002 as Division Manager, Dino Champagne spent 14 years honing her skills as a commercial real estate broker handling sales and lease negotiations. Prior to that, she was a commercial lending officer for a major bank for 15 years. This solid background is a natural fit for her role at Asset Preservation, servicing Los Angeles, Ventura, Riverside and San Bernardino counties.
Ms. Champagne’s experience has kept her in constant demand by real estate professionals, CPAs, attorneys, escrow officers, financial advisors and investors. She has given over 1,000 accredited seminars on IRC Section 1031 exchanges, and is a frequent speaker at various real estate and trade associations, as well as the annual conventions for both the California Escrow Association and the California Association of REALTORS®. Ms. Champagne has also presented to the Long Beach office of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and a faculty member of Lorman seminars. Of utmost importance is that her knowledge, experience and expertise prove invaluable to the many investors she guides through the exchange process, for real property exchanges, as well as highly complex “parking” arrangements (reverse, improvement and reverse/ improvement transactions) exchanges.
Professional affiliations are varied, and include Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) Los Angeles and Inland Empire chapters, affiliate member of Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM), Los Angeles and Southern California chapters, Long Beach Commercial Real Estate Council, American Escrow Association (AEA), California Escrow Association (CEA), Escrow Associates of San Gabriel Valley (EASGV) and the Federation of Exchange Accommodators (FEA). She currently serves on the Board of Directors for CREW Los Angeles. Past board member for CCIM Southern California, EASGV, and CREW Inland Empire.
Asset Preservation, Inc. is a subsidiary of Stewart Title Company. API is a respected national leader in the IRC Section 1031 qualified intermediary industry, efficiently facilitating over 160,000 exchanges throughout the United States since 1990.