Real estate sales executive Nikki Bernstein has joined the Scottsdale office of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Arizona Properties.

Bernstein, who has operated in commercial and residential real estate, worked with Himovitz Properties’ commercial portfolio from 2004-2015. She began her work in residential real estate in late 2015. She specializes in mid-market properties in the Scottsdale area.

In 2016, Bernstein was named “Rookie of the Year” by the Arizona Journal of Real Estate and Business. According to a press release, she sold $5.5 million in real estate last year and has already sold more than $6 million to date this year.

“Nikki is one of the top-selling real estate sales executives in Scottsdale, and in the first six months of this year has already outsold her record-breaking numbers from last year,” said Mark Stark, CEO of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Arizona Properties in the press release.

Bernstein holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Arizona and an MBA from Arizona State University. She volunteers with several community organizations, including the annual Beach Ball for Phoenix Children’s Hospital. She is also involved with Gesher Disability Resources, an organization that serves Jewish people with disabilities; the Jewish Federation on its real estate and finance committee; and the Jewish National Fund.

“Working with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices makes my team feel like we are standing on the shoulders of giants,” said Bernstein. “It matters to us and our clients to be affiliated with a company whose name carries such cache and fiduciary reputation of the Warren Buffett family of companies.”

Bernstein’s team, The NikkiB Group, now operates from its Scottsdale office at 14635 N. Kierland Blvd. For more information, log onto JN

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