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Nichole Thompson Adams is a professionally dedicated, civic-minded real estate specialist who truly cares about the people and community she serves. A proud townhouse owner on the charming Clinton Hill/Bed Stuy border and mother raising two children in the area, Nichole understands the unique downtown neighborhood characteristics and has enjoyed sharing her wealth of knowledge with her clientele for over Fifteen years.
Originally from Jamaica, West Indies, Nichole,was raised between New York and Toronto. She has called Brooklyn home since the age of nine. While pursuing a successful acting career, she was inspired to further develop her great talent and encouraged to attend Howard University in Washington, DC.
Nichole proudly services a diverse array of clients from young notables in the entertainment and music industries to corporate professionals alike. No matter what the task at hand, she provides capable guidance in finding someone their dream Brooklyn home or maximizing a property's sale potential. As a result of her fine work, she enjoys a continuous stream of referrals and repeat business.
When not hard at work or spending time with her family, Nichole devotes her efforts to her community and her art. Nichole is the writer and creator of a one woman show "Black Girl You've Been Gentrified" which has been performed at the PUBLIC's Joes's pub to rave reviews.She was one of the founding parents of the Community Partnership Charter school where she served as president of the PTA , Nichole is also member of the Clinton Hill Society, is active in her church Christian Cultural Center, and enjoys acting, singing, and meeting new folks.
- Class of 1996 Howard University
- 17 Years in Real Estate
- 24 Years in Theater
- NRT Top 1,000 Sales Associates Nationwide - June 2008
- Top 2% of NRT's 45,000 Sales Associates Nationwide - June 2008
- Corcoran Cares