Licensed in DC and MD.
"Dear Nancy, I am embarrassed that it has taken me so long to send you this card. I did receive the referral check and really appreciate it. You continue to go over and beyond the call of duty and I know Terry is ecstatic at how it is turning out. You have at least two new fans. I will certainly keep you in mind for anyone we know needing a Realtor up that way!" - Josie
"Nancy, Just a note of thanks for everything on the purchase of our house. We will eventually h ave a housewarming party and hope to see you again." - Greg
"Fantastic experience. Nothing but great things to say about Nancy. Give this woman a raise!" - Suzanne & David
"Nancy, Well done! It was all your skill, experience and professionalism that made this happen. I am most pleased. Of course, if I can reciprocate I will be happy to confirm to anyone interested who the best Realtor in Washington is! Seriously, please don’t hesitate to mention me to anyone who might ask for a list of happy clients. You have been terrific from day one, with every piece of advice, and not to mention the above and beyond issues like boxing and mailing draperies." - Dany and Chris
"Dearest Nancy, Thank you for helping to make this a most special Christmas with a wonderful start to the New Year. PS you are the best." - Kate
"Dear Nancy, Thanks for your efforts, advice, enthusiasm and for going the extra mile to make sure we were successful and happy in our sale & purchase." - Michelle and Pete
"Nancy, As I approach the one year mark here at my little place, I would just like to take the time and thank you profusely for helping me find it." - Maia
Nancy entered the real estate profession in August 1985 after fifteen years in corporate and federal government office management positions. She completely enjoyed her varied career that included fascinating employment with Time Inc and American Express, more than four years overseas with the State Department's Foreign Service and two years on the staff of the House of Representatives Ways and Means Committee's Trade Subcommittee.
During those fifteen years, Nancy met many interesting people and learned about advertising, trade policy, lobbying, office politics, expense accounts and how to shuffle paper. But there was something missing: the freedom to work all seven days -- not just five; the prospect of meeting people in totally unrelated professions, nationalities, and persuasions; the opportunity to spend the day out of the office and get paid for it; the variety that comes with solving a different problem with every transaction. So Nancy started selling real estate in Washington, DC, in 1985 and never looked back.