Eirik Gislason has excelled in residential real estate in New York City for over 15 years as an associate broker, trainer, mentor, coach, and director of sales. His expertise in collaborative negotiation, deal management, and conflict resolution, as well as his industry knowledge and reputation, have earned Eirik a unique and valuable perspective and skillset. He is recognized for his fierce client advocacy, his thirst for knowledge and information, and his ability to build trust and rapport. In addition to his real estate expertise, Eirik is a passionate and dynamic public speaker, having presented to audiences across the United States. Eirik holds Master Certified Negotiation Expert and Certified Multiple Offer Expert designations and is an Instructor for the Real Estate Negotiation Institute (RENI), where he teaches the CNE - Core Concepts CNE - Advanced Concepts, and Certified Multiple Offer Expert designation courses. As a writer and author of the real estate blogs, Unreal Estate and Growing the Pie, Eirik educates the industry and public on various aspects of negotiation best practices and the real estate market. He has been featured and quoted in articles in The New York Times, Curbed, and Brick Underground. Eirik is originally from Minnesota and a proud graduate of St. Olaf College. He lives in Jackson Heights with his wife and two daughters, where he serves as co-Chair of Friends of Diversity Plaza, a member of the Real Estate Board of New Yorks Rental Committee and Queens Committee, a member of NYRAC+, and co-Chair of the St. Olaf College NYC Alumni Chapter. Eirik has been recognized for his community service and activism with citations from the New York City Council and Queens Borough President and is a proud recipient of the JHBG Good Neighbor Award. He is also a dedicated father, and his children have dubbed him Worlds Best Dad for several years in a row. Testimonials/Reviews Eirik Gislason As a 33-year property owner of a Condominium in Mi