Maria Ward was born and raised in Ipswich, Massachusetts and has lived in various locations all over Southern and Central New Hampshire. She has been settled now in the Concord area since 2000.
After attending Boston University and receiving a Bachelor of Science degree, Maria became an assistant to a top producing real estate agent in Massachusetts where she discovered her love of real estate and built her knowledge of marketing. From there she chose to join the family business in the Electronics Industry. The company develops technology that keeps our soldiers safe in the field to this day. Maria became a certified buyer, then a certified planner, specializing in negotiating contracts. Upon moving to New Hampshire in the year 2000 she decided to go back to her 1st love, real estate. Her experience in these fields brings powerful skills of customer service, marketing and negotiating to the table for her clients.
Maria joined Exit 1st Realty in the fall of 2001. She became a multi-million dollar producer in her 1st year and is consistently one of the top producing agents both in her office and in the State for her company, Exit 1st Realty, placing in the top 3 in the New Hampshire Region for Exit each year since 2004. She was awarded Exit International's prestigious Bronze Award 2009-2010 year for helping almost 50 families make their real estate goals reality even in this tough market. Maria continually seeks out education and growth opportunities for herself, attending seminars and classes on a constant basis in order to represent her clients better.
Maria uses a cutting edge digital plan for marketing her listings. Licensed in both MA and NH she actively markets her listings in both states.
Maria has been asked to speak and teach regionally to agents both in Massachusetts and New Hampshire on the subjects of business building, motivation, and proper buyer and seller representation.
In addition to her work in Real Estate, Maria dedicates herself to working within the community to help keep our New Hampshire families warm in the winter. Her "Winter Warmies Project" benefits our local families and is growing yearly.