Hugh Terlinden 
Senior Associate
(818) 222-5040

 Hugh Terlinden is a Senior Associate at  Crescent Realty and President of GT Property Management whose primary mission is to create economic value for his clients.

 Hugh Terlinden was born and raised in Los Angeles, California, with his Maryland-born mother and Belgian-born father. After attending Beverly Hills High School, he moved to Europe to study for his Bachelor in Business Administration in Barcelona, Spain, and later completed his Master of Business Administration in International Business Management In Brussels, Belgium. Hugh has worked for major international companies, including Goodyear Dunlop, Doosan and Federal Mogul, as a financial analyst and business analyst, which has gives him a broader spectrum to analyze real estate market trends and investment opportunities. He has long been intrigued by the economics of real estate, the diversity of space, and the possibilities of renovation. Having bought, sold, renovated, and managed family properties in Southern California, he intimately understands the intricacies of the transaction process as well as sound value. He also volunteers his time as the Treasurer of the nonprofit organization Dyslexia International for the past 15 years. Hugh has traveled all over the world and speaks English, French, Spanish, and Dutch.

 Hugh maintains the qualities and skills of an excellent real estate professional—integrity, in-depth community and market knowledge, marketing savvy, effective negotiation skills, and a high-quality professional network. In his experience as a Los Angeles real estate professional, he has also found that providing the very best services are essential and he prides on putting his his clients first. This means keeping himself accessible, being a good listener and communicator, and responding quickly to his clients’ needs. This "client first" philosophy has always been his approach. When you decide that you would like to buy or sell commercial or residential real estate in Southern California, call Hugh!