Harry Zikos

Harry Zikos
Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker
587 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10017
Fax: 212.252.9347


Harry Zikos is a native New Yorker. He loves conducting business in a city that thrives on competition. He is no stranger to real estate as it runs in the family. While watching his parents manage their own boutique firm, he developed his own passion for the housing market. Harry has been a licensed and seasoned real estate broker since 2009. Now climbing the ranks at Nest Seekers International, Harry comes with a wealth of experience practicing in the Empire State. With his industry know-how along with his academic background, including a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management & a minor in Finance from Adelphi University, he comes equipped with the knowledge necessary to obtain only the greatest satisfaction for his clientele.

Harry’s number one priority as a broker is paying the highest level of attention to detail in every transaction from showing to closing. He views himself as a clients’ advocate, and believes his purpose is to make their real estate transaction as smooth and stress free as possible. Giving the utmost representation is essential. Harry is consistently researching the global financial markets in order to properly guide his clientele on their real estate investment plans and makes sure to be ready, willing and able to serve his clients.

During his spare time, Harry loves to work out, ski, train martial arts, cook and read. He also enjoys the outdoors, playing tennis and exploring new finds and hot spots in The City That Never Sleeps. He is fluent in Modern Greek and speaks conversational Portuguese. Μιλάω Ελληνικά

Exclusive New Development Marketing Projects:

1674 Park Avenue NY, NY 10035 - 13 Units + 2600 SQ FT Retail - Commercial Space Available. Apartments + Retail 100% LEASED OUT!

26-25 2nd Street Astoria, NY 11102 - 28 Units + 3600 SQ FT Community Facility - 100% RESIDENTIAL LEASE OUT!

37-03 92nd Street Queens, NY 11372 - 3 Level Medical-Commercial Building - LEASED OUT!

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