Pacific Heights Office
2523 California Street
San Francisco, CA 94115
In Nancy Corsaut, personality meets professionalism. You've no doubt heard real estate is all about location, location, location. But Nancy will tell you it's also about relationships, relationships, relationships.
A licensed real estate agent with over 14 years experience, she has presented buyers and sellers throughout San Francisco is transactions ranging from first-time condo purchases to complex residential investment property sales. Her first-hand experience with the purchase of a TIC and subsequent condo conversion give her extraordinary insight into this uniquely intricate process. She also spent three years on the Cole Valley Improvement Association's Board of Directors.
Starting her career during one of the era's most competitive markets, led her to develop winning strategies to reach her buyers and sellers goals. Nancy brings both a realistic perspective and positive attitude to her clients business. A keen listener, she's both frank and kind, you needn't fear she'll hold back any details of your transaction. And she's just plain fun to spend time with, too.
Whatever your real estate needs, call Nancy Corsaut today.
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