I believe in collaborative teamwork with my clients & specialize in being a local source with valuable Mount Washington Valley & western Maine real estate experience. I strive for a high level of service & effective real estate brokerage to both sellers and buyers. I have a wealth of knowledge from years of experience in both good & bad real estate markets. When my clients buy or sell real estate, I enthusiastically share my knowledge, experience and time. As an advocate of continuing education, I believe in constantly updating my skills, skills that translate into a better real estate experience for you. I served many years as secretary for the Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce and still serve as secretary for the Pequawket Foundation, a foundation that works to enhance the environment and quality of life in the Mount Washington Valley. I work in Badger Peabody & Smith Realty’s Jackson, NH office, located in the heart of the village and nearby Wentworth Resort, one of my specialties in real estate since 1983. Badger Peabody & Smith Realty’s North Conway office is across from Schouler Park, two great locations. My husband Norman grew up in the Mount Washington Valley when his family came here to run a restaurant and cabin complex in Bartlett in the 1950’s. Today we live in that same farmhouse called The Woodshed. I met him at the closing when my parents and I bought a house in Intervale. After we married, I followed him to work and we have been working together since. Our motto is “Two Heads Are Better Than One!” We joined Badger Peabody & Smith Realty (formerly Badger Realty) in 1981 and we’ve seen many changes in this beautiful White Mountain area and in our industry; it makes our commitment to the Mount Washington Valley and its lifestyle stronger. I look forward to meeting you and sharing my love of the White Mountains. In my free time, I enjoy movies and gardening. Contact me today, I’m ready to serve you and be your trusted advisor.
Why did you join Badger Peabody & Smith Realty?
Norman and I joined together because we loved being able to work as a team in this family environment
What is your favorite charity?
I have two, the Pequawket Foundation and the Bartlett Historical Society