I’ve been working in real estate since I was eighteen and I’m still really passionate about the ongoing potential of the industry. I founded Urbane in 2008 after owning Century 21 for many years, with a vision to break away from traditional real estate culture and bring something more meaningful and progressive to our clients.
Listening is one of the most important aspects of what we do. We listen to understand the needs of our clients, buyers and the market, and this helps us not only serve people better than anyone else, but also innovate and shift intelligently to stay at the forefront. I’ve never been one to follow tradition, I think success in real estate today calls for something different, and the Inner West community in particular respond well to our progressive and individualised approach.
I love everything about Newtown and the Inner West and take great satisfaction in helping new people discover all the benefits the area has to offer, as well as introducing current residents to parts unknown to them.
I’m known for my down-to-earth, congenial manner and I make it a priority to help you feel at ease during every experience with us at Urbane. We’re here to serve all clients well – vendors, buyers and tenants – by combining one-on-one service with extensive experience, vision and unmatched ingenuity.
Along with our team of agents at Urbane, I’m proud to be one of only a handful of Liveability Real Estate Specialists in the Inner West. This qualification authorises our agents to appraise many Liveability Features of your property that could offer potential buyers and renters the benefits of reduced running costs and increased comfort. Just as importantly, through the Liveability Real Estate Framework, we’re able to help home owners understand why and how to take steps towards a more liveable future.
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Posts from George Nikos
August 10, 2018
Innovation Series: Market Shift and Reasons for Innovation
Catch up with George Nikos for episode 25 in the Urbane Innovation Series, as he talks about the market; how its obviously changed and has become a lot more challenging, and the tools, innovation and service Urbane has in place for a market like this.