Halfway through his business degree but yearning to get out from behind a desk, Nic Krasnostein undertook real estate work experience in 2007, and he hasn’t looked back since.
Mr Krasnostein has now joined Ray White Double Bay as a sales executive and he is looking forward to being instrumental in people making such significant life decisions.
“I genuinely love strategizing and communicating with people. It’s a big step when it comes to buying and selling property and I love being the person who helps people throughout the process,” he said.
“Real estate was never really a plan for me. I was navigating my way in the business degree world without really knowing what I wanted to do. I consider myself very lucky to have found a career I have a genuine passion for.
“I always told myself if I was ever going to make a career move then it would have to be to work with the right people.
“Elliott is driven, dedicated and someone I felt extremely comfortable to align myself with when the opportunity was tabled.
“We have some great ideas for the future, and despite the 2017/18 financial year being the best of my career, I feel like 2019 and beyond will be the years for my highlights reel.
“Food, wine, and travelling are passions of mine but I like spending all of my time ‘on’ when in Sydney, delivering the best possible service to our clients.”
Ray White New South Wales Blue CEO Jason Andrew joined Mr Placks in welcoming Mr Krasnostein to the group and expressed high hopes for his future in Double Bay and NSW.
“Nic is a proven performer and a hugely exciting addition to our group,” Mr Andrew said.
“The combination of Nic’s enthusiasm and renowned service, with the history of Ray White Double Bay as well as Elliott’s leadership, presents such an exciting opportunity for the future.”
“Nic has been servicing his clients for over 12 years now and comes to Ray White Double Bay with strong ambitions to grow,” Mr Placks said.
“I’m personally very excited to have him under my wing to propel him further and higher into the future.
“I see Nic as a future leader within the Ray White network.”