Nancy Seltzer holds more than 18 years of experience in the residential, management, development, retail and commercial real estate sectors. Prior to joining Sotheby’s International Realty, Nancy spent 13 years as a Real Estate Manager with the Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America (TIAA) and College Retirement Equities Fund (CREF) where she managed their three million square foot office complex. She soon entered the world of real estate development and later went on to spearhead her own brokerage firm.
Meticulously organized and extremely hard-working, Nancy takes the time to learn the various intricacies inherent to the sale or purchase of a home. She is extremely invested in her clients and has a strong understanding of the current real estate market. She has worked with clients at varying budget levels, spanning from $1M to $80M. Nancy has garnered notable press for her listings and has been featured on CBS “Living Large” more than ten times throughout her career.
Nancy has served on the Art and Architecture Committee, Admissions Committee, and House Committee over the course of her 30-year membership with the Harvard Club of New York. She has executed 25 extremely well-attended programs on architecture, real estate, and art and has curated a variety of art exhibits, combining her appreciation for art with her passion for fundraising. Nancy’s admiration for the beauty in urban life, coupled with a fascination for business, drew her to architecture, landscape, and design from an early age. She studied environmental design at the University of Pennsylvania and went on to Harvard University to study landscape and urban design. A talented artist, Nancy was a finalist in the 2015 Bombay Sapphire Artisan Competition and has been featured in a number of notable art exhibitions throughout New York City.