Nancy Mizrahi's keen aesthetic vision and rare sense of style have brilliantly shone through in her real estate results, to the great benefit of customers seeking just the right home for their lifestyle, and clients looking to optimize their property sale with utmost presentation appeal. She was recently ranked in the Wall Street Journal as one of the top 200 agents in the US.
Formerly in sales and marketing in the luxury fashion business in Manhattan, Nancy not only ultimately served as president of a major fashion firm but also as a freelance consultant to some of the industry's foremost designers. Her twenty years of frequenting the Hamptons ultimately led Nancy and her husband, Michael Burns, a prominent builder and developer, to permanently move their lives and businesses out East in 2002.
Besides marketing and selling Burns Development Corp's wonderful custom homes, Nancy is a top-producing broker who represents property sellers, buyers and renters throughout the Hamptons. She and her husband have become particularly recognized the past few years for their involvement in the Hamptons Designer Showhouse, the proceeds of which benefit Southampton Hospital.
A New York City native, Nancy still retains an apartment in Manhattan of which she takes full advantage. She loves theater, film and the arts, as well as travel when time allows.
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