Stephen Ngo had a successful career going as a trial attorney in Miami, but after the birth of his son, he knew it was time to come home to Martin County. The Palm City native stepped aside from a lucrative, decade-long career at a top national law firm in exchange for a higher quality of life for his family.
As an attorney, Stephen aggressively defended the interests of physicians, business and property owners, contractors, celebrities and other high net worth individuals. He brings the same level or energy and high business acumen to his real estate customer base.
In short order, Stephen became one of the area’s top producing agents. He also received the recognition of his peers, being voted Martin County Realtors of the Treasure Coast’s “Realtor of the Year” in 2018. He served as Director of Sales for the groundbreaking River House Stuart project in Downtown Stuart. For the last decade, Steve has notched some of the County’s highest sales. He also serves on the Board of Directors for the Martin County Realtors of the Treasure Coast.
Stephen honed his keen evaluation and negotiating skills through mediation and settlement of hundreds of lawsuits. This high-pressure, high-stakes experience aids him in being able to understand people’s motivations and ultimate goals, while protecting his customer’s interests.
These lessons have translated into hundreds of satisfied customers who have achieved their real estate goals. His philosophy is to deliver a concierge-level of service: No request is too mundane, no request is too extravagant. This prime objective has translated to consistent satisfaction for his real estate customers.
Stephen’s roots in the Treasure Coast run deep. As a child, he attended Palm City Elementary School. He graduated from the St. Edwards School in Vero Beach. Stephen’s parents still reside in the same Martin Downs Crane Creek home they built in 1982. His brother, following in their father's path, is a prominent Gastroenterologist with the Cleveland Clinic - Martin Health System. His sister works in the financial sector in New York City, assisting Fortune 500 companies make socially conscious investments.
He experienced New England winters while completing his undergraduate work at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Conn., where he played lacrosse on the NCAA nationally-ranked men’s team. He returned to South Florida to attend the University of Miami School of Law, graduating with honors.
In his free time, there is nothing that Stephen enjoys more than spending time with his son, Jacob, a student in the Palm City Elementary Gifted Student Program. He enjoys golf. saltwater fishing, shooting clay sports, boxing, boating, fitness, and relaxing anywhere outdoors in our beautiful area.
For an enhanced level of service, contact Stephen at 772-485-0266.
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