Whether competing in an Ironman triathlon or guiding his real estate clients to the best possible outcome, there are no shortcuts for Elliot Koolik. With tireless passion, Elliot’s mission is to always do the right thing and exceed his clients’ expectations. Recognized repeatedly as a top-producing agent during a three-decade career with his family’s Boca Raton-based brokerage, Elliot enjoys the journey he takes with buyers and sellers. Having personally sold over 900 homes, Elliot is currently ranked in the top 10 of 8900 agents in buyer side production and #18 in total sales production in greater Boca Raton/Delray Beach. Elliot is proactive, not reactive, in his approach. When he identifies a priority, he goes all in to create a successful outcome. With optimism for the future of South Florida real estate, for the Koolik Group, and for Compass, Elliot’s proficiency is evident.
Elliot’s longstanding local insights are an asset to his clients as he knowledgeably navigates these often complex, emotionally weighted transactions. Marshaling the extensive resources offered by Compass, Elliot is pleased to offer clients the best of the best in technology, infrastructure, and forward-thinking leadership. Among Elliot’s myriad skills, he is expert at assessing a set of circumstances and determining a strategic approach. Elliot is a strong advocate for his clients, and will commit to getting the deal done.
Family is a key priority for Elliot—much more than the driver and basis of his business, and a huge personal source of fulfillment, happiness, and pride. Elliot and Wendy’s daughter Lindsey, the eldest of their three children, is a recent graduate of the University of Miami and has joined the family business out of Miami. With sons at Vanderbilt University and the Pine Crest School, Elliot keeps busy with family, but has also successfully completed Ironman triathlons, has been a Maccabi soccer player, and enjoys tennis, golf, spinning, yoga, meditation, and diving. He holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Florida’s Fisher School of Accounting.