Nadia Musharbash is the daughter of two hardworking parents and the youngest of four siblings. But despite being the youngest in their family, she was raised to be strong and independent.
“It never mattered if I was a girl, it just meant I had to work a bit harder to prove myself in the world,” she said.
She eventually started working and earned money but never took it for granted. Yet although she worked and saved, she felt restricted from working in the corporate world.
Little did Nadia know that there was another career path for her that not only provided her with a source of livelihood but also allowed her to do what she loves.
How She Started Out
Ever since she can remember, Nadia has always had an affinity for real estate and investing. She was 21 when she was introduced to the real estate investing world. And being a determined and hardworking person, she decided to make it into a side hustle.
“With my parents’ help, we bought our first investment property. I was a landlord renting out all the rooms and basement apartment next door while I worked full time,” Nadia shared.
From there, she never looked back and thought about how can she do this all the time where she can do what she loves and have enough to eventually give back to the people she cherishes in life. It later dawned on her to start a career as a real estate broker.
“After my time in finance and real estate sales, becoming a real estate broker felt like an exciting and natural progression,” she said.
Providing Clients With Quality Service
For the past two years, Nadia has been working as a real estate broker in the Greater Toronto Area in Canada. Her warm personality, determination, and expertise have helped her gain the confidence of several clients who trust her judgment regarding real estate concerns.
“I’m dedicated to my clients. I want to ensure both buyers and sellers are educated about their choices to provide the highest quality service possible,” she said.
During her first two years of real estate sales, the COVID-19 pandemic hit, and Nadia had to adapt to a virtual approach to doing business. There, she has helped more than a dozen clients both in the commercial and residential space.
“I’m adapting to a new virtual model. Maintaining and building strong client relationships will always be key to my success in real estate. I enjoy working with clients who are willing to try a new way of doing business. I believe it’s the future of real estate,” Nadia said.