Jordan Abada Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Jordan Abada was born in Manhattan and raised in Great Neck, New York, a small suburb on the North Shore of Long Island. He attended the University of Delaware, where he studied Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Management.
Before starting his real estate career, Jordan worked in a number of different places with a focus on hospitality. He started in food service for Mount Sinai Hospital before gaining the opportunity to work in a student-run, fine dining restaurant, Vita Nova. He also worked in a Courtyard Marriott. All of these experiences inculcated his unwavering focus on guest satisfaction and client relationships.
Jordan decided to pursue a career in real estate because he realized it was the perfect fit for his skill-set and personal background. His time working in hospitality taught him that relationships are the most important aspect of any industry. He believes that empathy, listening, and follow-through are the key criteria for success and he uses those skills to help people undertake one of the largest financial decisions of their life. Jordan's approach to finding clients the perfect home involves understanding the client's true meaning of their "Perfect Home" and utilizing his in-depth knowledge of the marketplace to accurately find the best options available.
Jordan’s hospitality experience has provided him with an unwavering focus on guest satisfaction and client relationships. He has a keen sense of awareness for the nuances involved in ensuring the highest level of customer satisfaction while maintaining an ultimate level of communication.
Jordan currently lives on the Upper East Side. His Judaism has been a very strong influence in his life and has been a gateway to the many different institutions and people that have provided him with a deeper insight into the beautiful practices and rituals of past generations. He is also passionate about meditation and mindfulness, as well as reading and learning more about NYC and the incredible forces that have shaped this unbelievable city.
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|45-45 Center Boulevard, APT 3214||0||1||N/A||
Jordan was great to work with. I had a lot of requests in terms of what I was looking for in an apartment, but he was never discouraged or intimidated from trying to find me a place that had everything I asked for, no matter how challenging. I'd definitely work with him again. - Sara K.
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