NAI Emory Hill welcomes Ann Bailey and Ted Nutter

Two will serve as commercial real estate brokers
March 16, 2013

NAI Emory Hill recently announce that Ann Bailey and Ted Nutter have joined the firm as commercial real estate brokers, and both will be representing all property types in Kent and Sussex counties out of Emory Hill’s Lewes office on Coastal Highway near Five Points.

Bailey is a Certified Commercial Investment Member and commercial real estate broker who was previously with Jackson Cross Partners and employed by the original Jackson Cross Company for 16 years. She specializes in multifamily properties and has more than 27 years of real estate experience in commercial brokerage, holding licenses in Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Florida. Bailey received her bachelor of arts at Temple University, where she studied at the Center City Real Estate Institute.

Nutter has held a Delaware real estate license for more than 35 years. His extensive experience and training have encompassed residential and commercial brokerage, new home sales, appraisal, property management and real estate finance. Nutter is a former executive director of the Wilmington Economic Development Corporation and was responsible for securing millions of dollars of financial assistance for small businesses throughout the City of Wilmington and New Castle County.

He also worked for the state as real property administrator in the Department of Administrative Services, where he negotiated commercial leases for state facilities. He is a graduate of Lehigh University and earned a master's degree from the University of Delaware College of Urban Affairs and Public Policy. Nutter also served as a city councilman and deputy mayor in his hometown of Newark. He now resides in Dover.

NAI Emory Hill is an affiliate of NAI Global and part of the Emory Hill Companies, which provide comprehensive commercial and residential real estate services including commercial brokerage, construction, property management, maintenance and residential sales. Complete information is available at


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