Avi Dan-Goor

aviAvi Dan-Goor, Berkshire Hathaway HomeService Nevada Properties’ #1 individual sales executive for two years in a row, owes much of his incredible success to his family and his training in the hospitality industry. His concierge style business model has become a standard of excellence in his Las Vegas-based real estate practice. Whether his clients are buying or selling their first home or their fifth, Avi’s elite team handles all the details from start to finish…and beyond!

A Lifelong Passion

Since Avi was little, he has been fascinated by buildings and structures… especially luxury homes. While growing up in Israel, Avi’s father told him, “The smartest and wealthiest people always have real estate in their portfolio.” Avi took that to heart and has not only developed a successful career adding real estate to his clients’ portfolios, but to his own as well.

Avi was first mentored in business by his father, who owned his own insurance agency in Israel. “He instilled work ethic, drive and understanding that my only limits are self-imposed,” said Avi. When he started his career, Avi quickly found that, like his father, he was a better business owner than employee. “I am driven and passionate about my career and know that the sky is the limit for my success.”

Path To Success

Among Avi’s many skills are his passion for real estate, love of family and kinship to his homeland of Israel. Though he moved to the United States at 18 to pursue his education and professional career, Avi still speaks fluent Hebrew and in fact has many long-term clients from Israel.

Avi holds a business degree in hotel management from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. He started his professional career in the Las Vegas hospitality industry and became a Las Vegas real estate professional in 2006.

Avi’s background in hospitality has given him a unique skill set for his career in real estate. “This business is about two very important things: relationships and details,” he said. “I am there every step of the way with my clients because that is what they need. I answer questions, help clarify the negotiations and often times counsel them when they aren’t sure which decisions to make. Real estate is a very emotional process. It’s no coincidence that many of my clients become lifelong friends. We have navigated one of the most stressful things they have done in their lives. It is a bonding experience.”