For more than 28 years, Adjina Dekidjiev has been an industry leader in the New York City real estate market. Adjina’s experience in residential sales and leasing has equipped her with the unique ability to fully understand client needs, navigate fluctuations in the market, and negotiate complicated deals. Adjina has built strong relationships with both owners, management companies, and tenants and is known for her market insight, careful guidance, passion, and professionalism.
Adjina is frequently quoted in The New York Times, The Real Deal, and Brick Underground for her Real Estate expertise. She has appeared on NBC and Japanese television to comment on local real estate issues.
A former Managing Director of two leading real estate firms, she trained and managed a staff of over 100 agents, many of whom have become some of the most talented and knowledgeable agents in the business. In addition, Adjina was responsible for marketing thousands of properties for rent and sale. Many owners have come to depend on her to keep them informed of market trends and rely solely on her to market their listings and submit qualified applications for their approval. Her lasting relationships with owners and her commitment to ensuring customer satisfaction are unparalleled in the industry.
A native New Yorker who attended New York University and Stuyvesant High School, Adjina currently resides in the Columbus Circle neighborhood.
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