About Nok Koster
Tell us about your journey to real estate.
About the time when we started to searched for our first home. It was quite challenged and frustrated timelines. I feel i need to learn and understand about real estate. I took a real estate courses and got my real estate license in 2004 then i joined & work for real estate brokerage. Soon after i found our dream home. I decided to continue real estate as my profession because i believe that i could use my skills and knowledge to help and provides an excellent services to my clients.
What most excites you about your work?
The new challenges since every transaction is unique. How do you stay cool when things are are not happening as they should? No matter the issues though, finding a solution that satisfy all parties is quite rewarding.
What are three words your clients would use to describe you?
Positive, Friendly & Trustworthy
Where can we find you when you're not working?
My currently project is to take my daughter (5 years old) + dog (active 14 years old Maltese) + camera out to explore the city and take as much as photos possible. I have also been practicing Buddhism for the past six years -- so, you can always find me at home chanting or at a Buddhist meeting.
Anything else you'd like to tell people about yourself?
1. I am Thai.
2. After graduating from University in Thailand in 1994, one of my dreams was to travel and experience the world. While I have been very fortunate to have seen and experienced many places, nothing can truly compare to San Francisco. The city is full of characters and charm -- and I can't believe I get to call it home for over two decades. It's very impressive to see how much the City has changed. Now that my husband and I have a young daughter, we can't wait to share this experience and journey with her. I am so glad my family gets to be part of this exciting city.
What are the five things you cannot do without?
Family, Healthy, Travel, Honesty & Faith
What is the nicest thing anyone ever said to you?
Mommy I want to marry you. I want to be with you forever and ever ever...(from my daughter at the age of 3 years old)
What would you say to a 5-year-old child if he or she asked you what the purpose of life is?
Enjoy + Have fun