Nancy is a Colorado Native! She was raised in the suburbs of Denver, lived 15 years in the San Luis Valley, and now calls Colorado Springs home. You guessed it, Nancy is a big, lifelong Broncos fan! Watching the Broncos with her dad as a child, you can bet she’s still sporting her orange and blue on game day.
She rarely turns down a chance to be outside; whether it's playing around in her yard, soaking up the sun while reading a good book, or just enjoying great company by a nice campfire. If it's nice outside, that's where you will find her.
Having personally purchased/sold several homes and taken advantage of many refinance opportunities over the years, Nancy recognizes the importance of having the right people on your team when making, what can be for most, one of the biggest transactions of your life; real estate. Nancy and her husband of 36 years are successful landlords of a local investment property providing affordable housing for military families for the past 11 years and continue to keep their eyes and ears open for that next prospect investment. She and her husband feel privileged to be surrounded by those that have served, are an advocate for supporting small businesses, and believe in giving back to their community.
Words like; driven, accountable, playful, and loyal are some of the characteristics Nancy is known for. With her background in negotiating and contract administration, her attention to detail, and her network of local resources in the construction and permitting fields, Nancy has the right skills and mindset to handle real estate situations professionally and timely.
Nancy had the pleasure of meeting Calvin Talbout and Gary Schoeniger, co-authors of “Who Owns the Icehouse” a few years back while participating in a year-long entrepreneurial program at PPCC. Inspiring her to shift her mindset, Calvin and Gary reaffirmed her belief that if you want something bad enough and are willing to work hard for it, anything is possible. As an agent, Nancy applies that same mindset, striving to have an open perspective, eye for detail, and tenacious work ethic to achieve optimum results for her clients in every encounter.
Other than her family, Nancy is most proud of her progressive career in the state and the amazing relationships she’s made along the way. Retiring early has allowed her to follow through with her long-time dream of going into real estate. Her goals going forward are to grow her real estate business, expand on her personal real estate investment portfolio, and to be a trusted resource for those seeking to fulfill their real estate dreams.
Words that Nancy lives by: “try to look at every challenge as an opportunity to personally make things better”, and, as Charles Swindoll says, “remember, life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it”.