Few Miami Realtors Know the Score Like Brian Rokicki
HBMI Feb 2018
French Culinary Institute
Brian uses his love of design and architecture to help his clients envision their lives in the South Florida home of their dreams, from reimaging floor plans to the design of outdoor spaces. Brian has a well-rounded list of contractors and subcontractors to help his clients navigate through the challenging process of renovating.
Brian specializes in relocation services and understands the amount of stress his clients go through while searching, purchasing, and moving into their new home in a new city. From virtual showings, meeting with designers, referring movers, painters, and handymen to connecting clients with leasing brokers for a new car, Brian has you covered.
Having worked in the mortgage industry, Brian has a clear understanding of the market. Whether buying or selling, from pre-qualification to move-in, Brian has handled clients from all walks of life with a wide array of needs, from first-time buyers to those ready to make the move into the home of their dreams.
Born and raised in the suburbs of Boston, Brian studied finance at Quinnipiac University in Connecticut before returning to Boston to start his career in real estate finance. After three years in the Boston mortgage and finance arena, Brian accepted a position in Manhattan at PricewaterhouseCoopers, where he sold auditing and consulting services.
In 2009, Brian decided to switch gears and made his way back into the real estate industry, working as a project manager at a NYC real estate development firm. Brian spent his time between the two states until 2012, when he moved to Miami Beach full-time to become a realtor.
Brian has a passion for architecture, interior design, classic cars, and cooking. He attended the French Culinary Institute in SoHo. Brian also enjoys cycling, working out, and shares his love of the beach with his family, friends, clients, and his French bulldog Franny.