English, Bulgarian, some Spanish
Nurie Metodieva learned early on in life that hard work and dedication always pay off - something she's taken with her on her journey of stopping at nothing to embody a top performing Manhattan agent. Born in Bulgaria but raised in New York City, Nurie currently resides in Queens and uses her passion for aiding and advocating for people to make a professional mark on the city that never sleeps.
Nurie's aspirations for creating an everlasting bond with her clients not only comes natural for her but is also a fundamental reason for why she chose MEIER to showcase her talents, as the firm truly values building strong relationships. Practicing the physical, mental and moral martial art of Judo for eight years, her strategy and agility of combatting any obstacles her clients may face is handled with such ease, making her a constant success story in Manhattan's unpredictable real estate climate. Her primary reason for joining the real estate field stems from her yearn to be a service to her community and clients.
When Nurie isn't out there on the field finding home seekers their dream homes, she's studying as an undergraduate at Syracuse University to major in communications and rhetorical studies, with a dual degree in political science and a minor in business - all while maintaining a 4.0 grade point average. She's also a member of both Alpha Kappa Psi and Phi Alpha Delta, two of the world's oldest and largest co-ed professional business and law fraternities. Dedicated to her studies and profession, Nurie gracefully proves how hardworking and committed she is not only as a student but also an agent. She also hopes to one day pursue law.
Staying as busy as the streets of New York in her free time, Nurie enjoys grabbing a fresh slice of pizza from Joe's, eating some flavorful gelato from Grom's and spending time with friends in SoHo, Washington Square Park and Brooklyn Heights. A natural New Yorker, Nurie loves traversing through the city's hidden gems such as the WNYC Transmitter Park in Greenpoint, trying new styles of cuisine and admiring the views from Brooklyn Bridge Park, where she often hosts weekend family barbecues at The Picnic Peninsula. She also enjoys traveling and can speak Bulgarian and hold conversations in Spanish.