Nancy Braun, RPA®
Director of Property Management
Nancy Braun joins Foresite with thirty-seven years of property management experience. Nancy’s work experiences include management of office, retail, industrial and residential properties in San Antonio, Austin, and Florida with an extensive background in operations, facilities maintenance, construction management and marketing.
Nancy is committed to providing seamless service to owners while increasing the value of properties; decreasing operating costs through effective management and maintenance programs and providing beneficial capital improvement recommendations. Strengths include lease administration, preparation and implementation of annual budgets and capital expenditures, monthly financial reporting, tenant and contractor relations as well as developing and implementing maintenance strategies.
Prior to joining Foresite, Nancy worked with Reata Property Management, Inc. for approximately twelve years where as a senior level property manager, she was responsible for a team of 8 to 10 staff members, a portfolio of office, retail and mixed-use properties totaling over two million square feet. Nancy’s more notable assignments included the Shops at Lincoln Heights for Alecta Real Estate USA, Éilan Promenade I & II Offices and Retail for Hudson Advisors and Artessa at the Quarry for Crow Holdings.
Prior to that, Nancy served as the General Manager and Marketing Director for Tanger Outlet Center, a half a million square foot outlet center in San Marcos. While there, Nancy oversaw the construction of an additional 125,000 square feet. Considered the 3rd most visit destination in Texas, tenants include Polo, Tommy Hilfiger, Banana Republic, Old Navy and more.
Nancy is married and is a San Antonio native and lives in Bandera, Texas. She is an active member with the Building Owners and Managers Institute International, Inc. (BOMA) and holds a RPA® (Real Property Administrator) designation, is a Certified Property Manager (CPM) candidate with the Institute of Real Estate Managers (IREM) and has been a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) since 2000.
What do you anticipate the future holds for property management?
I’ve worked in the industry for over 35 years so clearly, I was fortunate to start in property management as a young child. All kidding aside, during those years I have been fortunate to see the waves of the real estate market. As I look to the next five years, I see a need for more seasoned and experienced property managers who can rely on their rich experiences to anticipate the needs and opportunities of the properties under their care.