Hi, I’m Nick Labriola and I specialize in historic homes, including midcentury homes, and homes near the University of Arizona (I’m a proud UA alumnus). I’ve sold some amazing historic homes, putting families into one-of-a-kind homes that they love and can make their own. I helped out-of-state clients organize to sell their mother’s home and made sure the home and transaction were prepared so they had a stress-free experience.
I grew up in Flagstaff and Sedona, but I’ve lived in Tucson for over 18 years. My wife is a fourth generation Tucsonan and her love of this city is contagious. I was drawn to Tucson by the people, culture, history, environment, opportunities, and wonderful homes. I love it here because it’s a great place to live and no snow shovel required!
Before working in real estate, I was a field engineer in heavy civil construction. I was responsible for multi-million-dollar budgets and projects that had to be done on schedule. This developed my communication, negotiation and organizational skills, which are indispensable in real estate. I’m loyal and dedicated to my clients and I make sure to bring a consultative approach to the job. I find out what is most important to the client and I help them craft a plan to achieve their goal. I am a strong negotiator and oversee the transactional details.
I enjoy spending time hiking with my wife Kim as well as checking out old buildings. I also love music and playing the guitar.
Reviews From Past Clients
Tucson is a metropolitan community of about 1 million people that continually ranks among the best places to live for a variety of reasons.
- Outside Magazine named Tucson as the “best road biking city” – August 2010
- NBC’s “Today” Show named Tucson among “the top 10 cities for bargain homes” – January 2010
- AARP recently ranked Tucson as “one of the best places to live the simple life” – October 2009
- Business Week ranked Tucson as “one of the best places to raise kids” Read the article
- Next Generation Consulting ranked Tucson #16 as “one of the best place to live and work for young professionals”
- HousingPredictor.com ranked Tucson #10 as “one of the Hottest Buyers Markets”
- Business Week ranked Tucson #1 as the “best, most affordable place to retire” Read the article
Tucson boasts sunny weather and mild winters, which encourages outdoor activities such as golfing, bicycling, and hiking.
- Tucson Visitor’s Bureau
- Tucson Area Schools
- Pima County Public Libraries
- University of Arizona
- Saguaro National Parks
- Mount Lemmon
- Sabino Canyon
- Arizona – Sonoran Desert Museum
- Pima Air and Space Museum
- Fox Theater Tucson
- Cinema La Placita
- Tucson Pops Orchestra – Music Under the Stars
- Tucson Symphonic Winds
- Tucson Festival of Books
- Tucson Meet Yourself
- Fourth Avenue Street Fair
- All Souls Procession
- 2nd Saturdays Downtown