Nicole Curra


Favorite places to travel?

Traveling is the best food for the soul. Everyone should see a different place outside from where they grew up. I am grateful to have seen so much of our beautiful planet. I think the place that has resonated with me most is Italy. The longevity of its history, and the preservation of culture is incredible! Oh and the food! Loved the food!

What is your astrological sign

My birthday is in July so that makes me a Cancer. I am definitely very nurturing, loyal, and I love the beach! I am also very nocturnal and can sometimes be quite crabby in the morning…

What do you do in your free time?

My favorite thing to do in my free time is get in the car with my family for a day trip. Especially since moving to Oregon, there are so many new things to do and see!

What have you always wanted? Did you ever get it?

I have always wanted to work with a great company, doing what I love, surrounded by passionate and inspiring people. I am lucky and grateful to do it every single day!


About Nicole

I am an Austin, Texas native and transplant to the Portland area. I graduated Cum Laude in Advertising at Texas State University – San Marcos. As a child, I often visited my great-grandparents at their home in SE Portland. After graduation, I felt the familiarity of the city and its love of local culture made for a perfect move.

Coming from a large family, I value home and family life.  During college I spent a summer studying Art History in Rome; there, I fell in love with architecture, design and the history behind a structure. These influences, along with my degree inspired me to work in real estate. My desire is to be knowledgeable and successful in guiding my clients to reach their real estate goals. I spend my free time exploring the many Portland area restaurants, coffee shops, and brew pubs with my amazing family and friends!



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