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Harry Nasser was named one of the 75 Top Residential Agents in New York City by The Real Deal magazine. He has a longstanding passion for real estate which has led him to purchase and sell several of his own properties over the years. As his portfolio continued to grow, so did his interest and drive to pursue a full-time career in the field. Drawing on his investment knowledge as well as his keen business sense and interpersonal and negotiating skills, today, Harry focuses on helping clients achieve the same degree of success and satisfaction. He is patient, thorough and adept at finding the best strategy to close for his clients, whether they are selling or buying property. Those who know and work with Harry appreciate the loyalty, honesty and discretion he brings to every transaction.
Born and raised in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Harry graduated with honors from Babson College in Wellesley, Massachusetts. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, with a major in entrepreneurial studies and a minor in marketing. Prior to entering real estate, he was successful as an owner/operator of two businesses in women's apparel and was fortunate to travel the world to source fashion.
A New York resident for over 25 years, Harry resides on the Upper East Side with his wife and two daughters. He understands the joys and challenges of family life in the City, loves the cosmopolitan lifestyle Manhattan affords and appreciates all aspects of living in this international metropolis.
Harry is fluent in English, Portuguese, French and Spanish. He often travels to visit family in his native Brazil and has an affinity for traveling and exploring new cultures. On weekends, Harry likes to escape to the country. He collects contemporary art, frequents museums and art shows and likes to bike through Central Park with his family, one of his favorite activities. Additionally, he tries to give back whenever he can. Harry is active in many charities, whether feeding the underprivileged or building infrastructure in Haiti for victims of the earthquake.