Nook Real Estate’s Greg Hendrickson is one of Southern California real estate’s brightest new stars, bringing a high-energy, entrepreneurial approach to his fast-growing practice. Greg’s clients rely on his expert understanding of the nuances of each of Orange County’s communities and neighborhoods. He is especially renowned for his native knowledge and expertise in the sought-after North Tustin market, where he was born and raised. He’s quickly built a roster of loyal clients with his friendly and approachable demeanor and his track record for delivering stellar client service and results.
Greg chose to bring his talents to Nook Real Estate because of the firm’s game-changing marketing and agent tools. He feels the Nook brand platform is a DNA match for his philosophy of leveraging the most advanced and effective strategies to benefit clients. Prior to joining Nook, Greg was an accomplished manager of rock and roll bands. He now resides in Downtown Santa Ana, where he loves the neighborhood and people, walks everywhere and finds everything he needs within three blocks of home.
A bit more about Greg, in his own words:
Q: What’s your favorite room in your house and why?
A: My favorite room is my living room. I don’t have a TV, just a record player. It’s where I like to relax and listen to vinyl.
Q: What’s your favorite architectural style for homes and why?
A: While living Old Towne Orange, I fell in love with all the old craftsman houses.
Q: If you could have a second home or a dream home (beyond your current home) where would it be and why?
A: While touring, I was lucky enough to visit every major city, but the one town that stuck out the most was Lake George, New York. It has a small town in the middle of the wilderness feel with a bunch of lakeside cottages.
Q: What's your fondest memory of your childhood home?
A: I loved my backyard growing up. We lived at the end of a cul-de-sac, so our backyard was pretty big. It was paradise for me and my sister - we had a treehouse, swing set, orange and fig trees, with a giant lawn where we’d turn the sprinklers on and run around during the summer.