$100 M in transactions to date
University of Wisconsin - B.S. - major Mathematics, minor Economics
Loyola University - MBA - finance and information management system (IMS)
Hard work and prompt service are what make Natsuko Ikegami an effective and successful real estate agent. An investor of property in five states over the past two decades, she is privy to opportunity that exists in the market, and savvy when it comes to guiding clients through the real estate process.
Having worked in banking and finance for 15 years prior to entering real estate in 2008 arms Natsuko with very unique and valuable expertise. She can work magic with her keen analytical skills, which she honed as a manager of financial analysts in banking/finance at such prominent firms as Bank of New York, UBS Warburg, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and Mizuho Bank (formerly Industrial Bank of Japan) working both in Japan and U.S. Plus she's extremely adept at serving customers at the highest level while making their transactions and investments a seamless experience.
Originally from Tokyo, Natsuko is fluent in Japanese and English, and has conducted dozens of real estate seminars in both languages. She is a Manhattan resident who enjoys educating buyers on what's available to them in the market, and helping sellers gain the best return on their investment. Natsuko holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics and Economics from the University of Wisconsin, and an MBA with a focus on Finance and Information Management Systems from Loyola University in Chicago.
Just as active in her personal life as she is in her profession, Natsuko has many interests which she pursues passionately. She is a Yogi of 18 years, a longtime meditation and chanting practitioner, loves Salsa dancing when time allows, tutors children in math, and is a big supporter of Mother Earth who has volunteered time to street cleanups. Natsuko also loves to travel and has visited nearly 30 countries around the world.