Tricia Azulay has been in the residential real estate market for the past ten years and has represented developers and investors in sales and leasing. Tricia is licensed in New York and Nevada. Her experience as a former sales manager for several luxury condominiums and her expertise in new development and pre-development allow her to provide her clients with confidence around all of their real estate decisions. Her most recent accomplishment was orchestrating one of the largest bulk buy transactions for a luxury condominium.
Before her real estate career Tricia enjoyed working with high end fashion firms such as LVMH and Polo Ralph Lauren Corporation. Her interest and background in fashion and interior design help renters, buyers and sellers to design and stage a space. Tricia prides herself on being trustworthy and ethical while creating relationships and protecting her client’s best interest.
What do you do best?
I trust my intuition and I never give up. I believe great things take time.
What makes you the best?
I'm trustworthy and patient. Buying and selling real estate can be a very emotional experience. People deserve compassion and understanding during the entire process.
What are your aspirations?
To be the best I can be every day and to live in the moment.
I'm not sure that my biggest success has happened yet, but I feel it coming.
Most challenging moment?
I had a client once that was very difficult and harsh with me. I gave him a lot of attention and kindness and we ended up becoming great friends. In the end I discovered a lamb instead of a lion.
"Take the first step in faith. You don't have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step".
My sister. She inspires me and encourages me and has never failed to be there for me. She is the kindest, most loving and giving person I have ever met.
The South of France, New York City and Miami.
Crème De La Mer and Oribe Cote d'Azur hair and body oil.
I am very passionate about animals. They are the angels we can see and touch. They have so much to say if we could learn how to listen. Imagine how much better going out would be if the VIP section was full of dogs.