Congratulations to Nancy Meyer! She celebrating her 13-year anniversary with Zephyr Real Estate in July and is based in our Noe Valley office.
After completing a BA in Psychology, Nancy worked with developmentally disabled adults and children for many years. She then spent over two decades providing marketing and sales services to Fortune 500 and emerging companies, honing her negotiation skills to navigate complex issues–experiences that now serve her real estate clients.
Today, Nancy has an unwavering dedication to assisting seniors, and their loved ones, in navigating the journey of transitioning from one living environment to another when they choose to sell their homes. With caring professionalism, Nancy seamlessly coordinates with attorneys, fiduciaries, trustees, family members, loved ones, and any other parties involved in this challenging process. Throughout her real estate career, Nancy has fostered relationships within the San Francisco senior services community, and created the Senior Transitions Seminar series to address important topics within this challenging process.
Nancy provides a stress-free and professional environment to work with her clients and their loved and creates customized strategies to achieve their goals. With a critical understanding of the market and an unsurpassed level of personalized care, Nancy’s clients enjoy and benefit from an agent with their best interests in mind, who aims to exceed their expectations.
We got to know Nancy a little better when catching up with her about her Zephyr anniversary.
1. What neighborhood/city do you live in and why and what do you love best about it?
“I live in Glen Park and I love it! It’s small, and friendly, and I walk in the canyon and shop in the village all the time and always run into people I know.”
2. In your spare time, do you have a favorite place to hang out in the Bay Area?
“Going to Pt Reyes for a hike always makes me feel wonderful. Or going to SFMOMA to see new exhibits or old favorites. Or coffee with friends anywhere.”
3. If you were not a real estate agent, what would be doing?
“Continue to work with Seniors to assist with their transitions, travel, and take painting classes.”
4. If you could live anywhere else in the world outside of the Bay Area, where would it be and why?
“New Mexico! I love the red rocks and the pace. Or New England, where I spent summers as a child.”