Nancy Candib joined Brown Harris Stevens in 1991. A specialist in townhouses, co-ops and condominiums, and familiar with all areas of Manhattan, Ms. Candib has always been among the top-ranking residential brokers at the firm.
Nancy was recently recognized by the Wall Street Journal and Real Trends as in the top one-half of one percent of agents in the country. Nancy was ranked among the top 200 individual agents nationally in sales volume for 2010. The Real Estate Board of New York honored Nancy Candib in 2001 with the Residential Deal of the Year, for what was considered to be the most challenging and complex transaction in the sale of two buildings on Park Avenue.
In 1996, Ms. Candib sold the most expensive private townhouse in New York City, the firm’s biggest individual deal for that year. In 1998, Ms. Candib again sold the highest price one-family townhouse in the city, also the firm’s biggest individual deal that year.
Nancy has worked for over 20 years as a real estate broker. Ms. Candib is the mother of two grown children and makes her home on the Upper East Side. A native of western Massachusetts, she earned a BA in history from Brandeis and an MA in history of art and architecture from Boston University. Having lived in Europe, mainly in Spain and in Switzerland, Ms. Candib is proficient in Spanish and French. Among her favorite leisure activities are gardening, horseback riding, skiing and traveling abroad.