Thomas (Tom) Kassab

Cell: 864.616.7529

Tom a Michigan native, attended Easter Michigan University and majored in Business Management; Minored in Marketing. Tom started his career in his family owned restaurant equipment and furniture manufacturing business. As a leader in supplying equipment and furniture to the worlds largest restaurant chains, Tom and his family, owned and managed this organization with 350 employees. In 1993, Tom was asked by the CEO of Denny’s (headquartered in Spartanburg, SC) to supply their furniture and equipment. Tom, living in South Florida at the time, commuted to the Upstate for two years. Finally in September of 1995, Tom made Greenville, SC his home. His two children are natives of Greenville. His son Brandon is in United States Marine Corps, and his daughter Lauren, has recently graduated from Falmouth University (England) with a degree in Fine Art. Tom and his family sold that business in 1999.

In the late ‘90’s, Tom started investing in both Residential and Commercial Real Estate. He now owns and manages a nice portfolio of properties in the Upstate. He is also a business owner in Greenville that is very diversified, from Automotive, Aviation, Marine and Plastics.

When he’s not working, you’ll find him out on Lake Keowee, Traveling, Snow Skiing, Cooking, car restoration, and spending time with friends and family.

Tom has had a passion for ‘taking care of his clients’ since the beginning. His father insisted on Total Customer Service. Customer service is Tom’s number one quality and trait. He is resourceful, and knows how to get things done. You’ll find Tom friendly, knowledgeable, and has a can-do attitude.

Whether you’re looking for a fixer, turnkey home or something in between, Tom will make sure he understands your wants and needs to find a perfect fit and leave you thrilled with your decision.

If you are looking for someone who is dedicated, committed and able to guide you through the adventure of buying or selling your home, then you have found your agent. Tom’s enthusiasm is contagious.

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