Wendy Nanasi's keen artistic eye, natural interest in people and long time passion for New York real estate led her to a career as a dedicated full-time agent. Driven, creative and resourceful, Wendy enjoys being the go-to resource for her clients, helping them find a home they'll love for years. "I consider it a privilege to work with my customers and clients on a decision as pivotal as buying or selling a prized property. I realize, and take seriously, that it's my job to make their unique vision a reality."
Wendy enjoyed a successful photography career in New York City prior to joining Compass. While working as a professional photographer, Wendy was diligent and resourceful in finding properties for both her own residential and commercial use. In fact, Wendy was so inspired by the thrill of the search and the pleasure of finding just the right property at just the right price, that she chose to make a professional leap into residential real estate. A natural problem solver with a gracious personality, she wanted to share her passion for what she had learned about the intricate Manhattan real estate process with others, helping streamline and guide their experiences.
Already a skilled small business owner, Wendy enjoyed a seamless transition into real estate, drawing regularly upon her business acumen and trained aesthetic vision. Having worked with photography clients as diverse as Citigroup, Tiffany & Co and Lincoln Center, Wendy has always been valued for her professionalism and integrity. She knows the importance of referrals in her client base, and values long term repeat customers as highly as she does the unique needs of those entering the market for the first time. In whatever professional outlet she has pursued, she is known for her excellent track record, her quality customer service and her outstanding results.
Originally from Detroit, Wendy has lived in New York City for nearly 20 years and cannot imagine living anywhere else. She has resided in Chelsea and Clinton, and is currently located on the Upper West Side with her husband and two young daughters. She serves on the board of her co-op, and extends her community interests with regular visits to our many museums and to Central Park.