Vasilios Priskos is the Principle Broker and Founder of InterNet Properties, Inc., established in 1994. Founded with an entrepreneurial spirit that still thrives today, InterNet Properties is a full-service real estate firm operating in the state of Utah and licensed in several surrounding states. InterNet Properties is a private company with the ability to quickly adapt to the needs of clients and execute a broad array of commercial real estate services.
In addition to being a full-service real estate brokerage firm, InterNet Properties also provides Development Services and Construction Management.
Independently owned and operated, InterNet Properties is comprised of well- established and experienced agents and is considered among its peers as the foremost in downtown real estate brokerage.
Vasilios remains in constant communication with Salt Lake City and Salt Lake County officials concerning downtown issues and is considered an active force in the challenges related to the development and redevelopment of downtown real estate. With the vast knowledge and associations Vasilios has acquired, his views are often sought after by downtown property owners, investors, bankers, other real estate brokers and appraisers.
Born in Greece in 1964, Vasilios immigrated to the United States, and directly to Salt Lake City, Utah, in 1966. He became a citizen of the United States in December of 1990. In 1981 Vasilios and his father founded The Royal Eatery on 400 South and Main Street, in downtown Salt Lake, which is still being operated by his brother.
Vasilios graduated from the University of Utah with a Bachelor of Arts in Finance in 1990. Vasilios received his designation as a SIOR in 2005. The Society of Industrial and Office REALTORS(SIOR) is a leading professional commercial and industrial real estate association. SIOR represents today's most knowledgeable, experienced, and successful commercial real estate brokerage specialists.
Vasilios is an Honorary Colonel, and a member of the Alta Club, the Salt Lake Country Club, and the Cottonwood Club. He lives in Holiday, is married and has four sons.