|President / CEO|
Joseph Villaescusa is the founder and CEO of CENTURY 21 Allstars. Joe was born in Lakewood, California. Graduated from Artesia High School in 1981, Joe displayed to be an ambitious and talented athlete achieving local and state honors in football, track, and wrestling. During the four years in high school, Joe was Athlete of the Year and was recognized and received a coveted Lakewood Hall of Fame award for excellence in wrestling sponsored by McDonald’s Corporation. Joe received his Bachelors of Science from California State University Long Beach (CSULB) in 1986.
During 1987, Joe began his real estate career working as a sales professional for a small independent real estate company in Bellflower, CA. Within one year of starting his entrepreneurship venture, Joe opened Century 21 Allstars in the City of Norwalk, CA with a single agent. Three years later, Century 21 Allstars earned the prestigious Centurion Office Award by the Century 21 System for earnings over 1 million dollars in gross commissions. Following this mile stone, Century 21 Allstars was honored and recognized as a national leader ranking in the top ten Century 21 Offices Nationwide. During 2011, Century 21 Allstars was recognized by Century 21 Corporate System as the #1 Real Estate office in the United States and #2 Real Estate office World-Wide. The same year, Century 21 Allstars received the coveted Quality Service Award provided to those companies who excel in exemplary customer service as measured by each and every consumer doing business with Century 21 Allstars.
During 2012, our company was recognized as the #1 Real Estate office in the United States and #1 Real Estate office World-Wide. A goal that has taken over 25 years of discipline and exemplary dedication providing extraordinary service to our clients and community.
In addition to numerous local, state and national awards and honors, Joe has served on local real estate board of directors and is currently serving on the Downey Real Estate Board of Directors. For many years, Joe has been requested as a featured guest speaker and panel member at state and national levels.
Joe’s generosity keeps him close to the community by participating in various key positions such as contributor towards building houses in conjunction with Habitat for Humanity, the yearly Easter Seals contributions, the annual toys distribution through the California Highway Patrol Toys for Tots and the Whittier Police Blue Shield Award. Joe is the youngest Latino to serve on the Board of Directors at the prestigious Presbyterian International Hospital in Whittier, CA. For the past ten years, Joe has served as President of the Los Angeles Century 21 Broker’s Council, and in 2012, Joe was appointed to the National Broker Council Congress (NBCC). Joe resides in Whittier, CA with his wife of 17 years and their four children.