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Modern Real Estate for Today’s Market

Nook is the new, better way to buy and sell your home.

Nook Neighborhoods

Some of the communities we love - and you will, too.

Search with Style®

Mad for Mid-Century? Love lofts? Craving a Craftsman? Nook Real Estate lets you search for homes for sale by your favorite architectural style, by combining its proprietary (patent pending) code and real-life curators.

Meet Our Team

Nook Real Estate’s expert agents know your neighborhood better than anyone. In fact, Nook’s agents are renowned for their specialization in particular architectural styles and neighborhoods in the region.

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Derek May

EVP of Marketing

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Todd Bousman

Coastal Modern Expert

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Heather Proud

Coastal Orange County Expert

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Tracy Marriner

Curator

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Dean Valeriano

Advisor

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Darren McLellan

Advisor

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Nick Saribalis

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Danijela Ripley

San Diego Expert

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Katie Hughes

Coastal Orange County Expert

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Stacey May

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Allison Panetta

Coastal Orange County Expert

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Breanna LePante

Specializing in East Side Costa Mesa

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Elias Tebache

LA Mid-Century Modern Expert

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John Lee

San Francisco/Bay Area Expert

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Tracy McLellan

Curator

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David Hernandez

DTLA & DTLB Urban Expert

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Brooke Wagner

Curator

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John Parenti

Broker/CFO

From Our Blog

Properties. People. Places.

Miami Nook of Coral Gables Personifies the Garden City Movement

Written by Cindy Marie Jenkins on Wednesday, August 16th, 2017 at 10:06am.

When Nook Sales Experts match a buyer with their dream home, the only thing as important as architectural style is the neighborhood. That’s why we’re bringing you the #NookNeighborhoods series, where every Wednesday you’ll find cool history and culture to make sure you don’t overlook an area that could have the best nook for you. George Merrick would beam with pride at how his dream of Coral Gables thrives today. Returning to Miami in the 1890s after his father passed away, Merrick looked over the grapefruit groves and citrus plantation and saw a future community in the Garden City style. This design was meant as an alternative for the working class, so they didn’t have to choose between farms or quickly overcrowding cities. They could enjoy planned neighb...

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