Imad has lived all over: Amman, Athens, Beirut, Cairo, Geneva, London, Washington, DC, and others. He’s worked in everything from humanitarian crises, war-zones, and refugee camps, to gender equity, and human rights.
One of the million things he’s learned along the way is that a home is a sanctuary - and this is universal. It’s also a security blanket, and an investment in long-term stability.
So, when he’s helping you find a suitable property, he knows how important it is to live in a house where you feel at home… and how awful it feels when you don’t. Imad’s natural approach is to be supportive, attentive, and sincere.
Having met and worked with a diversity of people, he has learned that diligence, honesty, and clear communication are key in building trust and long-lasting relations with anyone, anywhere. This is especially true in the often-daunting New York real estate market.
On a more serious note, Imad has three hobbies: music, music, and music. Listening to it, producing it, and dancing to it.
Unfortunately, and despite the extensive travels, he has failed to pick up any culinary skills. What this means however, is that he always knows where to find good restaurants (and good music), you just have to ask!
Imad is available in English, French, and Arabic.