UNITED STATES. Florida. Nick Acosta is celebrating his recent appointment as the President of the Orlando Chapter of NAGLREP [National Association of Gay & Lesbian Real Estate Professionals].
This was a remarkable accomplishment for Nick. Acosta’s first official duty as the leader of the Orlando Chapter was hosting a virtual event on earlier this month for all members titled “Getting Back to Inclusiveness”.
In addition to being at the helm of NAGLREP’s Orlando Chapter, he has combined his real estate and media skills with his popular Spotify podcast “Home to All.”
Acosta’s real estate focus is on the Downtown Central Florida market, and he lives with his husband Lee in a luxury high-rise condo across the street from Lake Eola.
“I am both courteous and privileged to serve as the Chapter President of NAGLREP here in Orlando. This is the first inclusive Real Estate organization and diversity and inclusion are cornerstones within my business model,” said Nick.
Home To All
In addition to being the owner of a new brokerage, Nick has a podcast “Home To All” where he talks about real estate and how it works.
Nick also comes from contribution on his show: angled at consumers and investors and to educate others in the business and give them ideas on how to grow their business.
He has been on the show “Daytime” nationally syndicated show with Cyndi Edwards at WFLA News Channel 8 (Tampa Bay NBC affiliate).
In addition, he has also done a local TV commercial for his real estate business with Spectrum Reach in the Orlando FL market that will air for 6 months plus digital impressions through direct or cable channel apps.
Nick specializes in Downtown Central Florida real estate, helping friends and family find just the right home, condo, townhome or apartment in the downtown areas.
This year has presented unprecedented challenges for many Americans, but Nick Acosta has discovered multiple ways to not only survive, but to also thrive in the midst of this pandemic.