Licensed Real Estate Agent
Victor is a life-long city resident who was born in Queens and raised in Douglaston.
He graduated from Brooklyn Technical High School and attended City College of New York in Manhattan. After living in western Queens, Brooklyn and Manhattan, he returned to his “home town,” living on historic Douglaston Hill, where he spoils the children of his “kids.”
He is the son of a decorated tank commander D-day veteran of Omaha Beach, and the oldest of six daughters, bookkeeper for the family laundry business, amateur athlete, actress and dancer who performed regularly at the 1939 World’s Fair
Not surprisingly, Victor has been immersed in his community since childhood – with his church, the Boy Scouts, organizing blood drives and the local Memorial Day parade, as a NYPD Auxiliary Officer, vice-chair of the local Community Board, award-winning newspaper journalist, and a New York City Council staff member. He also advocates and regularly donates whole blood and platelets with the Long Island Blood Center.
For 40 years, until his re-entry into journalism, Victor ran a family engineering and manufacturing business in Corona, Queens, as an independent supplier for industry, theater and the arts.
Given his intimate familiarity with governmental administration, zoning and codes, as well as all the neighborhoods where he has lived and worked, Victor looks forward to getting people into their new home, particularly in northeast Queens and bordering Nassau County.
His message is simple. “Your kids won’t see a deer in the backyard like I did back then, but this is still the best place in the entire city to raise a family, and why so many of us move back.”