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Meet the Abby Nelson Group

Abby has called Central Florida her home since 1999. She attended Rollins College where she majored in Spanish, was a member of Kappa Delta, and was a successful member of the crew team. After graduation, Abby continued her studies in Australia and New Zealand while deciding on a career path, deciding to make her mark in real estate and beginning her career as a Realtor® in 2004.

Working mainly with buyers in a seller’s market, Abby quickly set herself apart and was named “Rookie of the Year” by her RE/MAX office in just her first year. In 2008, Abby took the opportunity to create her own team, just as the housing market was peaking. Since then, she has earned numerous accolades and awards by RE/MAX International as well as being featured in local and national publications such as the Wall Street Journal.

Abby is also a Chair on the Jewish Federation’s Bornstein Leadership Development Program and consistently works with RAISE (Recognizing Abilities & Inclusions of Special Employees).  


Abby’s excellence has given her a steady referral source, with many of her repeat clients dating back to her start in 2004. She prides herself on her persistence and commitment to do everything ethically necessary to best represent every customer in every transaction. With an emphasis on personal connection and meticulous attention to detail, Abby has developed a dedicated client service team which has allowed her to not only maintain her business but see it increase significantly without compromising customer service, which is the hallmark of her business philosophy.

In the dynamic Central Florida real estate market, conditions can change quickly. Anticipating and adapting to these changes is how Abby ‘Berkowitz’ Nelson has set herself apart in the Orlando area and has become a leader in the industry.

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