Virginia: Arlington, Alexandria, McLean, Great Falls, Leesburg, Middleburg
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Nancy has been a market leader and award-winning top agent throughout her 30-year real estate career. She is known as "the developers' agent," having been the sales director of five major projects. She has represented embassies, corporations, developers, and resale homeowners for over two generations of Washington-area families. Nancy is sought after for her expertise within the top echelons of business leaders and within the diplomatic community. She has represented major corporations (Exxon/Mobile, General Dynamics, IBM, among others) in their moves to the metro area. Recognized as a “market maker,” Nancy has been published in industry articles on the luxury marketplace and is often quoted in top publications such as the Wall Street Journal, Washington Business Journal, Washingtonian Magazine, and local papers.
Washington Business Journal lists her in the 2021 Book of Lists as #11 in the "Top Agents in the Washington Area." The Wall Street Journal and Real Trends recognized Nancy as the #9 agent in the USA in 2007 and has recognized her multiple times since then as one of the top agents in the country. Washingtonian Magazine has recognized her as well as one of Washington’s Best Agents in 2021, 2020, 2019, and previous years. DC Magazine has featured her in multiple years in their Leading Women in Business profiles.
Among her significant sales in the metro region are the following:
2015 – Nancy was recognized for the top residential single-family home sale in Washington, DC: Fessenden House, which sold for $18 million
2010 – She was recognized for the top estate sale in Northern Virginia: the 500+-acre Grasslands Farm in Middleburg, which sold for $12.5 million.
2018 — Top Residential Sales in Montgomery County, MD:
7013 Natelli Woods Lane, which sold for $5.6 million
She has listed and sold many prominent historic homes including the Fortas Estate and Macy Estate in Georgetown and Whitehaven just outside of Georgetown.
Nancy credits her success in real estate to her solid work ethic, sales training, and award-winning career at IBM. In addition, Nancy was the Sales Director for five well-known, new-homes real estate developments:
Avenel – Prescott, Potomac
Somerset House – Parc Somerset, Chevy Chase
Turnberry Tower, Arlington
1150 K Street, Washington, DC
Lyon Hill, Arlington
Nancy recently published a coffee table book on the development of the legendary Somerset House condominiums, which she co-authored with the developer, Mr. Albert H. Small, Sr.
BSFS: Georgetown University 1976
MBA: Wharton Graduate School 1979
COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT PAST AND PRESENT
Annual Supporter: Children’s National Medical Center, Don Bosco Rey School, Citizens Association of Georgetown, Holy Trinity Church and School Georgetown, Georgetown Preparatory School,Saint John’s Preparatory School
Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School
Holy Trinity Church: Finance Committee
Leadership Gift Committee: Wharton Graduate Alumni Fund
Alumni Reunion Committee: Georgetown University
Fundraising Committee: Little Sisters of the Poor
Leadership Committee: Leukemia/Lymphoma Society
Leukemia/Lymphoma Society: 2003 Woman of the Year, 1st Runner Up, Washington, DC, and Nationally
Annual Sponsor: Four Seasons Hotel Drive for the Cure, Washington Hospital Center
Board Member: Avenel Homeowners Association, 9 Years