Nancy Batchelor’s success in real estate speaks volumes about her tireless work ethic. Batchelor, a senior vice president at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices EWM Realty, has closed more than $1 billion in sales since beginning her career in 2003. A leading Realtor to the world’s elite, she specializes along with her team in the popular areas of Miami Beach, Surfside, Bal Harbour, Fisher Island, Morningside, Coral Gables and Coconut Grove. From beachfront condominiums to historic waterfront estates, she represents the finest in upscale residential real estate.
“My affinity for Miami Beach and the greater Miami area dates back to 1983” recalls Batchelor. “Since then, I have lived and worked in Miami Beach, making my home, career and deep connections across local businesses and philanthropic communities.”
Prior to her career in real estate, Batchelor worked as a successful yacht broker. In that same spirit, she now enjoys taking buyers interested in waterfront homes out on her boat to showcase the fabulous lifestyle inclusive of living on the water.
An architecture advocate and marketing savant, Batchelor has consistently achieved her company’s highest honor, Chairman’s Circle Diamond level. In addition, she and her team have grown to become the No. 1 medium-sized team companywide and ranked 7th medium-sized team in its worldwide network.
Outside of real estate, Batchelor takes an active role in her community, serving on the board of the Fairchild Tropical Botanical Garden, the Adrienne Arsht Center Foundation and the nonprofit Give Back for Special Equestrians. Batchelor is also an active member of La Gorce Country Club, Coral Reef Yacht Club and Ocean Reef Yacht Club, as well as an avid equestrian. She and her husband Jon, a trustee at The Batchelor Foundation, support a number of charitable organizations throughout South Florida.
Please note: Nancy Batchelor was a senior vice president at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices EWM Realty when this article was published in May 2021. Since then, she has transitioned to Compass where she serves as vice president.