Driven. Knowledgeable. Trustworthy. Professional. There is a very specific skill set required to be successful in the real estate industry, especially in the niche market of high-end luxury real estate. It is this skill set that has led Alex Antonakos to become a top producing agent in Tampa Bay. Through his seasoned experience, customer-service driven approach, and high expectations for client advocacy, Alex has built a solid reputation amongst his peers and clients, consisting of buyers, sellers, and investors. It is this reputation that has led to repeat business and referrals.
Prior to achieving success as a sales associate for Keller Williams, Alex worked in sales for the telecommunications industry where he learned valuable traits such as negotiating, cold-calling, and persistence, all of which have contributed to his success in real estate. To stay on top of the market, Alex sets himself apart by using the latest in technology – his vast knowledge benefiting his clientele. He believes communication is a key to success and keeps his clients informed and educated throughout the entire process of a real estate transaction.
Among his many accolades, Alex was selected as a Real Estate consultant for HGTV’s Property Virgins in Tampa Bay. During his time at Keller Williams, he was awarded Rookie of the Year and also received the Keller Williams Silver Award in 2014 for total closed volume. As a selling agent, he consistently rates among the highest percentage of homes sold at or above their asking price.
In an industry where relationships mean everything, Alex values these relationships and understands the needs of his clients. He uses hard core persistence, an ardent work ethic, and a strong network of contacts to aggressively market and sell listings while also committing himself to finding the perfect home for his buyers. Not one to just accept the status quo and rest on his laurels, Alex challenges himself each day. He will never be the type of agent who just puts up a sign and hopes for the best. Forging ahead to become better is the only way to go, and good enough will never be good enough.