The best realtors are available, service-oriented, sincere, and experienced. Linda’s constant accessibility delivers her clients the instant feedback necessary in time sensitive real estate transactions. Her drive to provide the best service in coordinating the many moving parts of real
estate transactions generate the most beneficial outcomes for her clients. With more than 12 years of real estate experience, Linda’s honest and informed guidance lays the groundwork for transparent and knowledge-based results for her buyers and sellers. Numerous production and customer service awards and the accolades heaped on her by her clients, colleagues and business-related professionals are a testament to her commitment to her clients and real estate.
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• Real Estate School of New England • Skill Builder Training • Middlesex-Shoreline Association of Realtors • Connecticut Association of Realtors • National Association of Realtors • Council of Residential Specialists •
Before her career in real estate, Linda enjoyed years of owning, building up and selling successful businesses. Working closely with consumers, her professionalism, dedication, and accessibility earned her a loyal clientele. Linda always had an interest in home decorating, but it didn't peak until she took a position as a Director of Marketing in the new construction industry. Working in a variety of capacities at the company, Linda learned about construction, home design, and business development. Her move to a real estate career was a natural progression enabling her to employ the managerial skills she had gained in her professional life and the opportunity to do what she loves: working with people.
Linda is involved with many Autism organizations which offer support to families effected by Autism. She advocates for awareness, research and treatments and contributes to fundraising events. Linda spear-headed the installation of the Project Lifesaver program to Guilford, CT. The primary mission of Project Lifesaver is to provide timely response to save lives and reduce potential injury for adults and children who wander due to Alzheimer’s, Autism, and other related conditions. She also organizes donations for the Veterans of America and contributions to Charity Cans.