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Nancy Bagby

Nancy Bagby has been one of the top producing residential realtors in Winter Park since 1987, specializing in luxury and lakefront homes. A noted expert in the field, she has been the top producer at Fannie Hillman &Associates for 31 years, closing over $750 million in sales. Among her many accolades and awards are the prestigious “5 Star Best in Client Satisfaction” and the annual “Hot 100” by Orlando Magazine. She even has the distinction of having sold the most expensive home ever in Winter Park at a sales price of $11,000,000 in 2017. She has witnessed the transformation of the Winter Park housing market over several decades and participated in many landmark deals during that time.

Prior to her real estate career, Nancy was a NYC Picture Magazine Editor, a flight attendant with Delta, and a gifted school teacher. She relocated to Winter Park in 1972 when her former husband finished residency and joined a radiology practice in the area.  During this time, community service was very important to Nancy. She was heavily involved in civic, cultural, educational, and church work which included serving as the chairman of the Peso Dinner Gala, Peso Board of Directors, Winter Park Racquet Club Board of Governors, and Treasurer of Orange County Medical Wives Auxiliary. She participated on many committees including The Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando Museum Acquisition Trust, Civic Theater, Coeur de Coeur, and many other fundraising groups.

Nancy Bagby was born in Newport News, Virginia. When she was 2, her family moved to Florida and she spent most of her early years in Ponte Vedra Beach and Coral Gables. She graduated from the University of Florida with a BA and later did graduate work in finance at Rollins College.

In 1987, as her daughters were nearing college age, Nancy obtained her real estate license and launched her career in residential real estate. Currently she enjoys spending time with her 2 daughters and their families including 6 grand-children. It is because of her commitment to her family and to the Winter Park community that she looks forward to helping the Winter Park Land Trust Board locate and evaluate property for the preservation of green space for future generations.