Joe Wieczorek is a REALTOR at the Damonte Ranch office who demonstrates Dickson Realty’s commitment to creating extraordinary experiences for clients and community members in Northern Nevada. Throughout his 10-year career, Joe has consistently been recognized as a top-performing real estate agent. In 2020, he sold 80.5 housing units and about $66.5 million in residential volume production.
From personal to professional accomplishments, Joe’s efforts have been nothing short of spectacular. Through one of the most challenging real estate markets, he showcased an incredible amount of determination and perseverance to serve the community.
At Dickson Realty, we’re honored to have a team of more than 300 hardworking and talented professionals helping us achieve our mission of becoming the region’s best. That’s why we’re asking our top performers to share some of their experiences and insights, thoughts on the future, and tips for helping us grow stronger together.
Dickson Realty’s Joe Wieczorek Talks About Becoming The Best
What drives you to achieve excellence?
I’ve always wanted to be the best at everything, but my wife is the true driving force to my success. If you met her, you would understand. She’s continually motivating me to strive for bigger and better goals.
What do you love about working with Dickson Realty?
Dickson Realty is the most established and respected brokerage in Northern Nevada. As I mentioned before, I love surrounding myself with the best. They support us from the top-down and always provide the resources we need to be successful.
What’s your prediction for the Northern Nevada real estate market in 2021?
I predict that high demand and low supply will continue to impact the housing market in 2021. We’re also going to see a trend in creativity with people wanting to trade property. So, if you’re planning to buy or sell a home, you need the best real estate agents and brokerages out there to help you get the job done. There’s a huge desire to live in Northern Nevada, and I don’t expect that to stop anytime soon.
How do you give back to our community?
I’ve always been a big supporter of the arts and have formerly served as a board member for the Nevada Museum of Art located in downtown Reno. I also enjoy giving back to the University of Nevada, Reno, because it’s where I attended college, and it will always have a special place in my heart.
What’s a local insider tip you’d like to share with our readers?
Reno is evolving. We need to embrace the change, and at the same time, focus on keeping our biggest little city values. I love going to different places around town and running into old friends, but people need to stop being mean to Californians. They are a big reason why our economy is thriving. My new motto is, #HugACalifornian.