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Nicholas Hoo

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About Nicholas

His experience, combined with market knowledge and dedication to achieving outstanding results, gives his clients incredible leverage.

A Director and Auctioneer at the Marshall White Port Phillip office, Nicholas has been one of the company’s leading performers since joining in 2012. In that period of time, he has been involved in over $1 billion dollars’ worth of property transactions. This experience, combined with his market knowledge and dedication to achieving outstanding results, gives his clients incredible leverage.

Specialising in selling houses and luxury apartments in the city of Port Phillip and Melbourne, Nicholas has facilitated a number of landmark sales including 41-42 Howe Crescent in South Melbourne for $12.5m, which established a Port Phillip record, and The Skyhouse at 478 St Kilda Road for a price just under $10m.

Nicholas is a new breed of real estate agent; a straight talking and direct person who focuses on delivering exceptional customer service. Extremely focused and driven to succeed, once he sets his mind on achieving a goal, he will stop at nothing to deliver. A local to Albert Park, away from the office, Nicholas spends time with his wife Nicole, keeping fit at the gym and walking his Shetland sheepdog named Truffle.

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Nicholas is a new breed of real estate agent; a straight talking and direct person who focuses on delivering exceptional customer service. An extremist in all facets of his life; once he sets his mind on achieving a goal, he will stop at nothing to deliver.

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