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Nancy Carlucci

Realtor®, GRI
BRE #01416606

Personal History

Has lived in: Los Banos, San Bruno, Millbrae, Burlingame. Currently lives in San Francisco and has a second home in Murphys 

Travels: Argentina, Italy, Mexico, Caribbean, British Columbia, Canada, New York, Louisiana, South Carolina, Cuba 

Little known facts: Has ten goats and always dreams of having her own restaurant 

Interests: Cooking, gardening, reading, exercise 

Passions: Family, animals, travel, entertaining, walking on the beach with her Border Collie mix, Maisy 
Would like to: Go on an African safari, teach a cooking class, and learn to speak Spanish and Italian

What sets Nancy apart?


The average number of days for Nancy’s listings is ten, and ninety percent of her listings sell over asking price. Most of her business is referral-based. 

Market Knowledge 

Nancy has lived on the Peninsula since 1982 and currently lives in San Francisco. Her vast knowledge about the schools, recreation, various modes of transportation, cultural activities and shopping helps her clients tremendously when purchasing a home. Today’s constantly changing market demands up-to-date industry knowledge to stay competitive. Having studied real estate and the changing market conditions, Nancy knows property values. She is known for preparing homes for sale and is committed to her listings showing at their best and being strategically priced. 


Nancy has a GRI designation which fewer than 20% of Realtors have earned. She takes continuing education classes to keep updated on current legal issues and contract updates. Nancy uses her negotiation skills to attain the best price for her clients whether buying or selling property. She prides herself on her conflict resolution skills and is diligent that her client’s needs are met. 


Nancy uses the internet for both buyers and sellers. For buyers, she searches daily for new listings and for sellers, she places her listings on all the critical websites so that the properties receive maximum exposure.