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Nancy Shahin Itteilag

Washington Fine Properties

3201 New Mexico Ave. NW, Suite 220

Washington, DC

20016

itteilag@gmail.com

202-905-7762

www.WFP.com

AWARDS AND HONORS:
Top 10 Agents, Wall Street Journal, 2007; Top Agents, Washingtonian magazine, 2015-2018. Co-author “The Art of Selling Million Dollar Properties,” Realtor magazine; Co-author “Somerset House,” 2018; Wharton Alumni Award, 2016.

How would your clients describe you?

“Nancy knows real estate..it’s her passion! There’s no substitute for her hard work.”

“Nancy has a great reputation amongst her peers and the Washington-area real estate community. Other agents we interviewed enjoy working with her.”

“She is well known as the developer’s and builder’s choice of real estate agents.”

What is your professional and educational background?

I hold a Bachelors in Foreign Service from Georgetown University and an MBA in Marketing and Market Research from the Wharton Graduate School at the University of Pennsylvania. I am licensed in Maryland, Virginia and Washington, DC. Previous to my real estate career, I ranked in the Top Five Teams at IBM in the National Marketing Division specializing in banking and associations.

What makes you different than other real estate agents?

I offer an extensive background in marketing and market research, which we constantly refine to reach every potential buyer for our sellers. With over two decades of working with high-value clients and their luxury real estate needs, I’ve been a highly effective broker at the highest levels, with record sales (see below) as testament. I’m proud to represent diplomats, embassies, corporations, developers and resale homeowners. The vast majority of my business is repeat and referral clients.

What’s an example of something in your professional life that you’re particularly proud of?

Record-Setting Sales: In Montgomery County in 2018, I sold 7013 Natelli Woods for $5,625,000. In 2015, I sold 3107 Fessenden House in D.C. for $18 million. In Virginia in 2010, I sold 2540 Zulla Road for more than $12.5 million. I also hold a certification from the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

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