Nancy Lee Clancy, a longtime Jackson real estate agent and resident, has been named Realtor of the Year by the Teton Board of Realtors.

“It was a total surprise to me,” she said. “I didn’t know it was coming.”

The award, which recognizes an outstanding agent in the community, also shines light on those who give back. Clancy is with Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates and is licensed in Wyoming and Idaho, specializing in high-end homes and resort properties.

“In addition to moving along the business of real estate, my focus has always been to help develop leaders,” Clancy said. “That’s what keeps everything moving forward.”

Clancy previously served on the Teton Board of Realtors as president. She has also served on the Wyoming Association of Realtors board as a southwest district vice president and currently represents Wyoming on the National Board of Realtors.

She has also been featured in the national Realtor Magazine as one of its “100 Top Producers.”

“I enjoy every day simply because I enjoy helping people find the home they want,” Clancy said. “I also enjoy helping sellers sell the home and move on.”

Clancy doesn’t just go off properties that are already listed. Instead she enjoys the challenge of “digging deep and finding places that aren’t listed for sale that might work for somebody.”

It’s not just about the homes for Clancy — it’s the people. A lot of her clients have become good friends, she said.

“Often you’re the first person they meet when they come to Jackson,” Clancy said. “You develop relationships that go beyond the business you’ve done together.

“That’s part of the fun, too,” she said. “You’re really introducing people to this valley and its culture.”

Contact Kylie Mohr at 732-7079, or @JHNGschools.

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bob culver

Congratulations Nancy !

Over the years that Cathy and I have known you we always recognized your energy and integrity. You are absolutely right about the necessity of being an informative and pleasant representative of our community. This will be seriously tested this Eclipse week and we will do our best for Jackson in the eyes of our visitors.

Here's hoping you still have time in your busy days to continue to work closely with the individuals and groups that make up the soul (and conscience?) of Jackson.

Bob and Cathy Culver

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