Nancy Boucher Guerriero
It is not enough to say that real estate has been the lifeblood of Nancy Guerriero’s family ever since she can remember –dirt is what kept them going. Losing her beloved father at the tender age of 12, the family’s real estate holdings kept her family intact and preserved Nancy’s education. A Dallas native, she grew up in Bluffview, Highland Park and Preston Hollow, and graduated from The Hockaday School. After a year at Vanderbilt she was transferred for international business classes in Paris, then completed courses with two bachelor degrees from the University of Texas at Austin.
She then embarked on a fascinating entrepreneurial track that took her from Texas to Santa Fe, NM, where her retail ventures exploded with success. But real estate was always in her life. She has developed properties in Dallas, Santa Fe and Roatan, Honduras, and services a network of high net worth investors who are as bullish about Dallas as she is. Her experience has earned her the respect not just of clients, but colleagues.
“A home is often someone’s largest asset, and we handle that asset with kid gloves,” says Nancy, “Our network provides incredible resources to make even the most difficult of deals happen and happen smoothly. Our team knows how to “move it forward” and look at all aspects of a transaction to make it truly win/win.”
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The Five Star Professional research team contacted thousands of recent homebuyers, consumers and industry leaders to identify Dallas/Fort Worth-area real estate agents who stand out in their industry and community.
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