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Nick Galiano was born and raised in New Orleans and has lived in the city he loves for over 30 years. He has the knowledge, expertise, communicating skills, friendliness, guidance, energy and persistence to do an excellent job for you as a client.
Nick started his own real estate brokerage recently entitled Nick Galiano Realty to assist clients the way they deserved to be treated. His desire to start his own company stemmed from being able to better serve his clients and to do things the right way. He's seperated himself from the "big boys" to give real estate a refreshing change and to do what's in the best interest of the client.
Nick has sold millions of dollars worth of property and has been involved in countless real estate transactions, but most importantly has had made numerous people's real estate dreams come true. He knows that real estate is not about numbers and making a quick sale, but looking out for his clients satisfaction. Their pleasures are noticed due to the amount of referrals and repeat business.
Nick is a member of the National Association of Realtors, New Orleans Metropolitan Association of Realtors, Multiple List Service, Gulf South Real Estate Information Network and the Young Professionals Network.
Formerly, Nick was a realtor for Prudential Gardner Realtors where he spent three and a half years. Previously, he worked in public relations in the UNO athletics department and had stints in the media relations/communications department for the Super Bowl Champion New Orleans Saints and Miami Dolphins.
Nick has a master's degree from the University of Georgia and an undergraduate diploma from LSU in Mass Communication. He prepped at Brother Martin High School.