Call today and let me guide you around our beautiful Lake Sunapee Region. Whether you are looking for your first home, primary residence, vacation retreat, or retirement home our region has it all! Numerous lakes, a major ski resort and top of the line schools and hospitals. Visit today and learn why better living starts here!
Please note "past sales" on Zillow are very inaccurate and the numbers shown here are actually much higher.
Prior to my career as a Lake Sunapee Region Real Estate Professional, I worked in the financial industry as a financial representative. I received my Bachelors of Science in Marketing with a minor in Economics at Plymouth State University. I am an avid skier (learned to ski at Mount Sunapee when I was 3yrs old!) and coach the "Mighty Mites" at Mt. Sunapee during the winter. I also love biking (road and mountain), the occasional 5k and hiking. The most amazing place I have skied was at Chamonix France seriously insane out there. You can ski from about 14,000 feet down to 3,500 in one run!!!
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As a full time top producing Sunapee, NH region Reatlor, I am committed to developing strong relationships with my Sunapee Region real estate clients. Feedback from my past clients indicate their Lake Sunapee home buying or selling experience has been both rewarding and enjoyable.
Marketing and advertising have always been my passion. Partnering with industry-leading technology firms, I leverage the most current marketing and advertising technology and techniques available in the real estate industry to your ultimate home buying and selling benefit. In addition to traditional print advertising, I incorporate social media marketing into all of my listings, leveraging Web 2.0 technology to achieve maximum visibility for the Sunapee properties of every client I serve.
My mission is simple – it''s your success. I am always available for my client''s, so contact me and together let''s achieve your goals for your Sunapee Region real estate experience:
2014 Sunapee Region Realtor of the Year
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