REALTOR® Andrew Mikhael knows that everything comes down to relationships, and he is focused on building a positive foundation of understanding to best serve his clients. As an architect, Andrew has been making dreams come true for 20 years. For the past 10 years Andrew has had his own architecture firm, and most of his architecture and interiors clients have been in NYC.
Several of Andrew’s clients use the word “delight” when describing what it’s like to work with him, and you can see what people have written about Andrew on his architecture website. Many of the reviews are about how Andrew is able to lead the entire process of creating a home, from design and city and board approvals to the construction and completion of the final product. Andrew also knows how emotional the process can be, and as someone who is finely attuned to the needs and dreams of people who are seeking to make a change in their home life, Andrew is also a calming force for his clients. In his architectural work, he’s found that homeowners, buyers, and real estate brokers often see small problems as big ones, and big problems as small ones. He’s able to educate his clients so that no opportunity is lost!
For Andrew, buying or selling a home is so much more than just a transaction—it accompanies a life change, and he strives to find the best solutions to meet his clients’ challenges for the future. He brings the same high professional standards that have won him awards and top reviews in architecture to his real estate clients, and clients can count on Andrew to be responsive, persistent, and quick thinking. Plus, his creative eye can see opportunity where others cannot—buyers who work with Andrew have the advantage of walking into every house with a seasoned residential architect. Sellers working with Andrew can rest assured that their listing is in the hands of a professional who can position their home in the best light for a quick and profitable sale.
Andrew lives on Fox Island, and he enjoys being around people who are making things, creating art, and enriching lives. He loves to play chess (both in person and on his phone), and he’s always looking for a new opponent. He also loves to sail, cook (he loves trying out new recipes and finding great restaurants), and he’s also a big fan of contemporary ballet (Andrew was a Young Patrons Circle member for years at NYC Ballet).
Q: What can clients expect when working with you? How do you typically communicate with them?
A: Direct and simple. I'm a man of few words and a lot of action.