Nick Davis
Associate Advisor
Nick Davis
Associate Advisor
Nick Davis
Associate Advisor

Nicholas (Nick) Davis is an Associate Advisor with NAI Coastal. Born and raised on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Nick grew up in the commercial real estate realm, watching his father (Chris Davis) broker and develop properties.

Nick is an avid traveler; he pursued his Bachelor of Arts through stints at Wagner College under a Division I football scholarship, then Salisbury University’s Fulton School, and finally at the University of Aberdeen in Aberdeen, Scotland earning a degree in history. Nick continues to pursue his passion for travel as time and resources allow. Through his extensive travels and roots here on the Delmarva Peninsula, Nick has created a network of friends and colleagues with varied interests, furthering his relationships with both regional and international associates.

In addition to travel, Nick enjoys a variety of extracurricular activities. Most notably, he is a lifelong athlete and sports enthusiast with local and international experience in soccer and football. Nick also enjoys listening to and playing music.

Nick is currently licensed in the State of Maryland, is a member of various business and CRE related organizations and is a CCIM candidate.


Office: (410) 543-5115
Cell: (443) 523-4494

Salisbury, MD
150 West Market Street, Suite 101
Salisbury, MD 21801
(410) 543-5115

I’ve worked with Chris Davis and the NAI Coastal team in the past and had full confidence in their ability to advise me through my 1031 Tax Deferred exchange. Their access to the Shore’s top investment opportunities, both on and off market, proved to be a huge resource. All of the properties purchased were sourced from their portfolio and proved to be quality, sound investments.

Brian E. McKinley, Cool Branch Associates

The NAI Coastal team led by Chris Davis and Chelsye Phillips-Hutton provided outstanding service to us in marketing our two newly constructed warehouses in Cambridge. In a challenging economic climate with rising interest rates, they negotiated a lease with a national tenant and sold both buildings at top dollar prior to the completion of construction.

Tom McCullough