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Nancy Carolyn Clapp brings keen market insight, unwavering client advocacy and vast knowledge of real estate to The Vannessa Kaufman Team at Sotheby’s International Realty. After several successful years in the Hamptons market, Nancy is delighted to return to New York City. She recognizes and values her ability to keep the pulse on both market places, utilizing all facets of Sotheby’s International Realty’s global presence as well as the company's outstanding network to stay on top of both ever-changing markets. Nancy is thrilled to join a team with such an esteemed reputation, maximizing her clients’ opportunities and investments as a result. Her fresh perspective and technological know-how gives Nancy an edge and makes her an asset to her forward-thinking team. Understanding the value of social media marketing and reaching the right audience is the key to success in the real estate market today, something Nancy knows how to play to her strengths.
Early on, Nancy discovered her passion for ballet. She toured with a ballet company in her teens and attended the North Carolina School of the Arts, studying under NYCB legends Melissa Hayden, Patricia McBride and Jean Pierre Bonnefoux. Nancy went on to graduate summa cum laude from Hollins University in Virginia. After dancing professionally in New York City, she decided to transform her love of movement into a business venture. Nancy then established her own Pilates studio in the East Village. Utilizing her knowledge of New York and charismatic nature, she built a well-established network of clients from the ground up - expanding to Manhattan, Brooklyn and the Hamptons - as well as teaching in-home sessions.
Nancy currently resides on the Upper East Side and is well-versed in NYC, Queens and Brooklyn neighborhoods. In her spare time, she enjoys being active and spending time with her two dogs, a golden and a rescue. Throughout the years, Nancy has been involved with various organizations such as the National Dance Institute, God’s Hands We Deliver and MS Hope for a Cure.