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What do you get when you merge two like-minded teams with a shared passion for client care? One hands-on team with unfailingly high standards. Enter, the Denman Drapkin Group. Reimagining real estate with a concierge-style approach, this collaborative team has earned a reputation for results. Over $1 billion in sales, to be exact.
As one of the top residential real estate teams in Cambridge, the Denman Drapkin Group is a reliable and resourceful team that takes a personalized approach, collaborating without ego and working together to make their clients’ dreams a reality.
The team comprises a dynamic roster of women, each bringing a unique and powerful component to the group in order to make every buying and selling experience as seamless and efficient as possible. At the end of the day, relationships are the foundation of what they do—and why they do it.
Looking to connect or have questions? We’re always looking for strong leaders to join our team. Find us at denmandrapkin.com or 617-697-7462.
Life is too short not to love where you live. For 18 years, Elisabeth Preis has been helping clients find their “happy place” by approaching the process with a cool head, a compassionate ear, and consummate professionalism.
Through thoughtful preparation, detailed market insight, and excellent communication, Preis demystifies the buying and selling process and gives her buyer clients a competitive advantage in today’s tight market. On the selling end, Preis’s extensive collection of staging furniture and accessories ensures that listings are impeccably presented.
Preis’s keen negotiating skills help clients navigate complex deals, yet her sunny personality and great sense of humor make her a pleasure to work with. Proud to be a Boston magazine Top Producer three years running, Preis feels that the ultimate measure of her success is her clients’ long-term happiness, repeat business, and personal referrals.
For more information, contact Preis at [email protected] or call 617-997-1694.
Joanne Baron grew up in Newton and has been a resident of Wayland for over 41 years. She owned a successful café and catering business in Weston for 16 years, where great customer service and satisfaction was of utmost importance to her.
Transitioning into residential sales came naturally for Baron. In addition to her ability to network, she brought an extensive knowledge of the area, its neighborhoods and schools, her work ethic, and her unwavering commitment to her clients to the profession. Baron’s ease at establishing trust, her attention to detail, and her desire to do whatever it takes to get the job done, sets her apart from other realtors.
Whether you are buying your first home, searching for your dream home, or downsizing, Baron will guide you through the process with compassion and honesty. In her free time, Baron loves to be in the kitchen, cooking and baking special treats for family and friends.
You can contact her at [email protected] or call 508-904-4822.
Kimbrali White-Rogers has been a sales and marketing director at Cape Arundel Cottage Preserve from its inception in 2014. “It has been amazing to see the growth from the early days, when developer Joe Paolini’s vision began to come to life and our first cottages were built in 2016. Today, we have sold over 180 cottages as our campus continues to grow with exciting new amenities,” says White-Rogers.
Nestled among 300 wooded acres, including a 63+-acre nature preserve, Cape Arundel Cottage Preserve features several spacious cottage designs, ranging from 900 to 1350 square feet, in beautiful neighborhoods surrounded by walking and hiking trails and spectacular granite features.
Residents have the opportunity to enjoy all that southern Maine has to offer or spend time taking in the beauty of Cape Arundel Cottage Preserve’s resort-style campus, including a 6,000-square-foot community center and clubhouse with two expansive pools, waterfall, fire pits, a fire bar, a spectacular three-story interior stone chimney, and kitchen facilities that make it easy to entertain groups large and small. An adjacent fitness center and game room offer even more options.
If you prefer hiking and biking, there are groomed nature trails throughout the resort. The Preserve sits adjacent to the Eastern Trail, a 65-mile section of the East Coast Greenway that makes it easy for bike riders and hikers to enjoy a safe journey from Portland to Portsmouth.
Kennebunkport’s famed Dock Square shopping district with its vibrant restaurants and fascinating boutiques is less than a 10-minute drive. The Kennebunks and Arundel were named one of the Top 20 Best Places to Live in the nation by Coastal Living magazine. Prices start at $384,900 to $449,900+.
Contact White-Rogers at 207-467-7001 to arrange a tour or visit CapeArundelCottages.com.
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