About Us

Dennis Lee, Principal Broker/REALTOR
Phone: 858-344-5590
Email: DRL.Realty.Inc@gmail.com

My name is Dennis Lee, the principal broker of DRL Realty, Inc. This company was established in 2011, a few years after I purchased my first home. The search for my home was a long and arduous journey that lasted almost an entire year. My agent guided me through the complete process, providing me with knowledge of the market, great communication, patience and an unbiased, honest opinion. Through my home buying experience, I fell in love with the real estate industry. I enjoyed seeing different types of homes, speaking to owners and just being outside in the sun. Years later, DRL Realty, Inc. was established with the goal of providing each client the highest quality of professional real estate service.

I was born and raised in San Diego. I was valedictorian of my high school and received a Bachelor of Science from UCSD and Master of Science from USC in Electrical Engineering. I am a very efficient, hard working and high achieving individual. My goal is to build long-lasting relationships with all my clients and to exceed all their expectations. Fusing together tools I’ve learned in the engineering industry and real estate industry, I am able to create a more efficient process that will assist clients in receiving a better housing deal. I use the latest technology to communicate market updates and to guide my client through all aspects of the process from start to finish. I listen to your needs and always provide honest feedback. I am 100% dedicated to each of my clients and always have their best interest in mind.

I specialize in residential homes for buyers, sellers and investors in these areas of San Diego:

Carmel Valley
Mira Mesa
Rancho Penasquitos
Rancho Bernardo/Carmel Mountain
Scripps Ranch
Sorrento Valley

I am also very familiar with Tierrasanta, Del Mar, La Jolla and University City.

Please feel free to call or email me if you have any questions. I would love to meet you and talk about the housing industry!