Nancy Goldberg Shares 3 Invaluable Insights After 40 Years of Real Estate Experience

By Spencer Hulse Spencer Hulse has been verified by Muck Rack's editorial team
Published on April 23, 2024

How much insight do you need before making moves in real estate? With the breadth of situations, individual circumstances, and evolving market trends, you might think it’s an endless source of potential pitfalls. But the truth is—with the assistance of a credentialed realtor—no transaction should be out of reach.

Whether buying or selling, the property market has some fundamentals guiding every transaction. Beyond the basics, what matters is skills and an influential presence at the negotiating table to get a deal done.

Enter Nancy Goldberg. Few real estate agents in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, can match her grasp of the local environment. Over 40 years in real estate, she has discovered the best ways to help her clients seamlessly navigate the property process.

But how can you set yourself up for success? Nancy, one of BHHS Fox & Roach’s leading realtors who received its 25-Year Legend Award in January 2024, explains the key steps to follow for a smooth purchase or sale:

1. Rigorously research your realtor

“It is so important to get to know the agent you choose,” she begins. “Ask your friends and loved ones for a recommendation, question extensively during your interview, and get endorsement statements. Make sure you choose an agent that loves what they do and can back that up with reasons and facts.”

Essential inquiries include what sets them apart from other real estate agents in Bucks County, what qualifies them to handle your situation, and what accolades they have accumulated: “Ask as many questions as you need to.”

A Relocation Specialist since 1990, Nancy Goldberg embraces the latest technology and the most effective up-to-date marketing techniques. Her constant evolution over a long period has led to landmark results for clients and a prolific career, including winning the Chairman’s Circle Diamond Award for the top 0.5% of BHHS realtors.

Due to these professional accolades, word about Nancy’s high standards has spread throughout the sector. Philadelphia Magazine named her a top producer, while her group of BHHS Fox & Roach Realtors was named one of America’s Best Small Teams.

2. Prioritize a principled professional

Accomplishments and credentials aren’t much use if a Bucks County real estate agent’s heart isn’t in the right place. Buying or selling property is a milestone in most people’s lives, and who you have on your side could be decisive in both your experience and your outcome.

“Get to know the agent you choose to work with,” Nancy explains. “Make sure your values, needs, and wants align with them.”

“Run through situations with your agent,” she continues. “How do you handle multiple offers on a property, how can you help position us to be the winner, and what do we need to do to shine in a competitive market?”

As one of Bucks County’s most renowned real estate agents, Nancy puts personability at the center of her practice. Being a reliable advocate and confidant for clients ensures a high level of service and has led to a thriving referral business.

Her underlying philosophy is subversive in an industry characterized by opportunists. Nancy reads the room, treating clients like family instead of pressuring them. When she gets to the negotiating stage, her poker face prevails as she unwaveringly pursues her clients’ priorities: “I can be a lion out there when it is called for.”

3. Seek out community standing

So, you’ve nailed down a proficient professional and ensured their values match your own. But what if it’s all talk? The most effective real estate agents in Bucks County retain a coveted reputation and invaluable resources.

“When you identify a property, make sure your agent explores as much about the home as possible and can advocate for you before your offer is written,” Nancy elucidates. “Choose an agent that is well connected in the community and can identify properties coming on the market as well as homes that have not yet hit it.”

The BHHS Fox & Roach Realtor is a lifelong Bucks County resident, having grown up in Yardley and currently living in Upper Makefield: “I have had the pleasure of a front-seat view of the county’s development and growth.” 

But it’s not just passive interest. Nancy is Chairman of the Board at the Amy’s Kisses Foundation, earning recognition for her personal and professional altruism. For the Realtor herself, working within and giving back to the town she grew up in keeps her at the peak of her powers.

While it’s easy to note specific requirements for your chosen realtor, there’s no substitute for experience. Longevity has connotations—it indicates someone is valued, accomplished, and successful in their profession. When seeking the best real estate agent in Pennsylvania for you, look to their track record for a tell-tale sign that you can trust them.

By Spencer Hulse Spencer Hulse has been verified by Muck Rack's editorial team

Spencer Hulse is the Editorial Director at Grit Daily. He is responsible for overseeing other editors and writers, day-to-day operations, and covering breaking news.

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