"Nwa nne di na mba,” Kemdi Anosike. This translates to “Even in strange land, a brother can be found,” meaning in Anosike’s native language Igbo that help can also come from strangers and the unexpected. Nigerian real estate agent Anosike is grateful to know that this profession helps others; from finding their dream home to transforming strangers to friends. He understands that in a major city like New York City it is fundamental to find a trustworthy and dedicated individual. Anosike proves this to all his clients.
When “go-getter” Anosike moved to New York, he was enthusiastic to enter the real estate field. Anosike has always had a passion for it; loving everything from interior decoration to building constructions and designs. What encourages him about this field is that every day and everyone is so different. “As people and circumstance vary so do dreams. I like to dream big with my clients and my goal is to make their dreams a reality.”
Anosike’s area of focus is the Financial District, Battery Park, Tribeca and Soho. All the while working diligently, he is currently attending NYU for an MBA in Business Management and Real Estate; In addition to being a member of Water for African kids. It is a non-profit organization that helps with the provision of clean and fresh water to some African villages.
“As people and circumstance vary so do dreams. I like to dream big with my clients and my goal is to make their dreams a reality.”