I’m a New Englander, raised in Massachusetts, and I moved to Maine with my husband Ed in the mid-1980′s from Boston. We have never regretted our move. Here in Midcoast Maine we’re part of a terrific community and enjoy a wide variety of recreational activities — everything from hiking to skiing to sailing. Over the 2+ decades that we’ve been here, we’ve seen an increasing amount of cultural events taking place here as well, so we don’t feel the need to go back to the “big city” too often.
I began my real estate career in 2003. Before that we owned a 10-room inn and I wrote freelance magazine articles as well as my relocation books for Down East. As soon as I had my real estate license, I joined Camden Real Estate, and it has been a great fit ever since. I wouldn’t work anywhere else: the company’s values mirror my own; I love our location in a beautifully restored downtown building; and I know the importance of our being an independent and local company. We’re not part of some giant national chain — we’re small and client-focused. Nevertheless Camden Real Estate has all the tools and technology for me to work with clients within Maine, across the country, and even around the world.
I strive for balance in my life and most days feel like I’m pretty much on top of it. I work out at the Y regularly (we have a GREAT one here) and get outside as much as I can. I’m a cyclist and ride in the Trek Across Maine, a 180-mile ride to raise money for the Maine Lung Association.
I’m also a fiction author, writing a mystery series about a smart and savvy Realtor named Darby Farr, making deals and solving murders. My new fiction writing website tells all about the Darby Farr Mysteries and how to find them.
Relationships are important to me, so working with me means that I’ll consider myself not just your real estate broker but your friend and guide on this exciting Maine journey.
I thank you for stopping in!