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Daniel Topolski

REALTOR®

ADDRESS: 1410 W 6th Street, Austin, TX 78703

OFFICE: 512-467-4053


BIOGRAPHY

Daniel hails from all over. Born in Omaha, Nebraska, he lived there briefly and got to Texas as quick as he could! He lived in Corpus Christi and Cedar Park before moving to Seattle, Washington for 20 years returning in 2006. That is when he started his career in Austin real estate. He began by working for KB Homes here in the Austin division. He then moved into residential property management and staging, and got his real estate license in 2011. He enjoys listing properties and becoming knowledgeable in all aspects of helping his clients buy and sell their homes. He has a strong sales and customer service background along with Firefighter and Merchant Marine training that has helped him negotiate complex situations and contract negotiations. He is married to his wife, Lindsey who he met while working for Norwegian Cruise Lines. She is from the United Kingdom and is currently a Flight Attendant with American Airlines. That allows Daniel and Lindsey to travel extensively and gain a world-wide prospective on different cultures and people.

Daniel loves dogs and animals in general. He spends all his free time with his dog, Oliver and you can find them all over the metro area looking for a good swimming hole or taco truck! Daniel also volunteers his time with Austin Dog Rescue, Bastrop Animal Rescue and Habitat for Humanity.

Daniel has been asked to be a featured guest speaker and social media consultant in Omaha, Nebraska at a REBarCamp held by another Austin Young Real Estate Professionals (AYREP) board member, Jacy Riedmann. He is currently a REALTOR with Pure Gold Realty, and is here to help in any way he can! He has been a board member with AYREP for two years and a committee member for two more.

“Daniel is a terrific realtor and a huge asset to his clients. He has a fantastic ability to listen and relate to his clients in a way that is very rare in the industry. This helps tremendously during such a complex and difficult transition for people, making it a fun and exciting undertaking. On top of that, just proud to know him, truly one of the good guys!
-Christopher Cox