Congratulations to Nancy Corsaut! She is celebrating her 15-year anniversary with Zephyr Real Estate this April and is based in our Pacific Heights office.
Nancy has been a San Francisco resident for 25 years and a full-time agent for 20. Her expertise reaches beyond transactions, leveraging her own experience including being a previous TIC-conversion owner in Cole Valley. Her business is firmly grounded on the importance she puts on relationships, whether with her clients, business associates or the community. She started her career during one of the era’s most competitive markets, motivating her to develop seamless, winning strategies to reach the goals of her buyers and sellers. Nancy brings both a realistic perspective and positive attitude to her work. A keen listener, she’s both frank and kind, not holding back any details of the process from her clients in an effort to encourage the best, most well-informed decisions.
This year, Nancy was awarded Zephyr’s Golden Z Award for community service and was honored for her work with Muttville Senior Dog Rescue, an organization whose mission is to change the way the world thinks about older dogs. In her spare time, Nancy also loves exploring nature trails across the Bay Area. Some of her favorite outdoor arenas include Bear Valley Trail to Arch Rock in Point Reyes and Castle Rock State park in Los Gatos.
We got to know Nancy a little better when catching up with her about her Zephyr anniversary.
1. What neighborhood have you seen change most in the Bay Area?
“Mission Bay! I lived on Potrero Hill from 2009-2013 and would go on urban hikes down to the Ball Park and along the water. The once deserted area is now completely unrecognizable.”
2. Do you have a favorite architectural style or building in the Bay Area? In the world?
“Definitely Beaux Arts! My favorite building of this style in the City is 1001 California Street, atop Nob Hill. This one takes my breath away, it is so lovely. And, the Gaudi buildings in Barcelona make me swoon.”
3. Is there one neighborhood in the Bay Area that you think is truly a hidden gem and why?
“Anza Vista. Most residents of SF don’t even know this area exits. It offers great views, is centrally located and the homes and condos are solid mid-century buildings with fantastic floor plans and spacious rooms.”