Eirik Davey-Gislason



About Me

I am a proud RENI Instructor because I believe the RENI education offers real estate professionals of all experience levels a master key to unlock the door to success and longevity in the real estate industry. Whether you are representing a buyer, seller, renter or landlord, your client values your ability to negotiate on their behalf higher than any other service you offer. Why not understand the concepts of negotiation and persuasion, and become an expert so you can properly represent your client through every facet of the deal?

Eirik has excelled in residential real estate in New York City since 2006 as a Salesperson, Mentor, Manager, Trainer and Director of Sales. His background and experience as an agent and manager provide him with a unique perspective on the process of buying, selling and renting in NYC. His teaching background and industry expertise in negotiation, deal management, conflict resolution and creative solutions, as well as his industry knowledge and reputation are invaluable to his clients and his students. Eirik leverages his experience, expertise and reputation as an agent and manager as a RENI Instructor and thoroughly enjoys educating real estate professionals on the subjects of negotiation, persuasion, value proposition, the psychology of buying and more.

Eirik is a product of the Minnesota public school system and a proud graduate of St. Olaf College. He lives in Jackson Heights with his wife and two daughters and serves as a co-Chair and founding member of Friends of Diversity Plaza and a member of the St. Olaf Alumni Board of Directors. In 2016 Eirik was recognized for his efforts and involvement with the famed Diversity Plaza with a citation from the New York City Council. In 2017 Eirik was a proud recipient of the JHGB Good Neighbor Award for his work as co-Chair of FDP. Eirik is the author of the real estate blog “Unreal Estate” and has been featured and quoted in articles in The Real Deal and Brick Underground. Eirik serves as a member of the REBNY’s Rental Committee and Queens Committee, and VP of the PS/IS 217 PTA Executive Board.