About Nick Zhang
Nick is a market-leading real estate professional with 6 years of experience in the industry. He is known for his hard-working, professional, and persistent approach, which results in a seamless real estate experience for his clients. His results-driven approach and attention to detail have earned him a reputation for providing exceptional service and a high degree of customer satisfaction.
A graduate of Melbourne University with a Bachelor's degree, Nick is highly organized and systematic in his approach. He understands that every client has unique requirements and strives to provide a personalized experience that exceeds their expectations of real estate service. With a positive, approachable, and interested personality, he makes the real estate process enjoyable and stress-free for his clients.
In addition to English, Nick is fluent in Mandarin and Cantonese, which allows him to serve a wider range of clients from diverse backgrounds. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family, especially his two children, and is an avid swimmer, fisherman, and basketball player. He is also passionate about traveling and experiencing different cultures and has set a lifetime goal to visit as many places as possible.
What do you love the most about your job?
“I love helping clients achieve financial freedom with great return on investments.”
How do you provide the most value to your clients?
“I always do a thorough and professional rental market analysis so that I can offer honest and valuable advice.”
What's the best advice that you can give to a first-time investor?
“Cleaning, staging, and great Presentation can make a big difference in showcasing the best features of a property.”
The most common mistake I see investors make.
“Choosing the wrong renter for the property. A great renter can make so much difference in the return on investment.”
What do you do in your free time outside of work?
“In my spare time I enjoy fishing, swimming and playing basketball. I am also passionate about Local Community Involvement.”