The luckiest people in the world are those who love their work, and that fits Tracy Galya to a “T.” As a native of Miami and lifelong resident of South Florida, Tracy has acquired proclivity for creative marketing and successful negotiation that extends from her social network. Her involvement in the investment arena and exposure to the industry at a young age has made Tracy an insider and specialist in Miami’s luxury market.
From as early as 2000, Tracy has assisted in the management of her family’s properties, leasing, sales and acquisitions, where she became versed in several real estate sectors. From remodeling and rehabbing numerous luxury homes, commercial investments, multi-family properties and condos to preparing, staging, and decorating a property to achieve a successful sale, Tracy is committed to finding her clients the best options for every aspect of their needs.
Tracy’s personal involvement with managing investments has given her a sharp eye for distinguishing the value of a property. Committed to making the real estate process as stress-free as possible for her clients, Tracy is constantly watching the market for new opportunities, providing her clients with a confident understanding of the market using comparative market analysis and strategic marketing strategies to help her clients find exactly what they are looking for.
Her recent alignment with Douglas Elliman is attributed to her ability to deliver professional service with a strong sense of integrity. Hard-working, driven and loyal, Tracy’s professionalism shines through amongst colleagues and clients alike.
Having previously worked as the special events coordinator for the Miami City Ballet and an affiliate of Plum TV, Miami Beach’s hyper local luxury network, Tracy’s active involvement in South Florida’s social arena Tracy’s has given her a competitive edge in the South Florida real estate market.
Tracy specializes in luxury properties in the markets of Miami Beach, Coral Gables, Downtown Miami, Brickell, Aventura, Sunny Isles and all surrounding areas.