Breakdancing Star Making Impressive Moves Off The Dance Floor
Los Angeles, CA
Jonathan “Legacy” Perez And Patricia Kaniowski
Starting in the streets of Miami, and relocating to L.A. to pursue his passion, Jonathan “Legacy” Perez’s talent and determination catapulted him to the pinnacle of success in the dance world. He’s performed with Gwen Stefani and Justin Bieber, starred in movies like “Step Up 3D,” and is best known as a finalist on Season 6 of “So You Think You Can Dance.” Legacy’s desire to succeed, both on and off the dance floor, led him to pursue his interest in real estate. Joining Mastery and starting Legacy Homevestments have become defining moments in Legacy’s life. His story is living proof that no matter where you came from, when you take the time to make an investment in yourself and you make up your mind to succeed, there’s no limit to what you can accomplish.
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Our realtor is a rockstar and also an appraiser, that introduced us to the seller who was the trustee for the property. This deal was held together by understanding the power of relationships, embrasing creativity and utilizing systems.
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