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Coldwell Banker Realty, Northeast

Pauline Bennett, a leading New England real estate professional

As regional president of Coldwell Banker Realty, Northeast, Pauline Bennett oversees 6,564 agents in 94 sales offices across Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, and Rhode Island. In 2022, these offices brought in a total sales volume of over $23 billion, reflecting 35,558 transactions.

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As regional president of Coldwell Banker Realty Northeast, Pauline Bennett manages more than 6,000 agents in five New England states.

Bennett is an accomplished and experienced leader with a track record of recruiting top-producing agents, while growing operations and market share. Prior to being named Northeast regional president, Bennett served as president of Coldwell Banker Realty in New England, where she managed the company’s 85 sales offices and more than 4,000 affiliated sales associates and staff across four states. 

Before being named president of the New England company, Bennett served as president of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, Carolinas. In that role, she led operations of the company’s 21 offices and 1,120 affiliated sales associates across North and South Carolina, beginning in 2015. In her short tenure, she doubled the size of the Carolinas company, built organic growth, and rapidly increased its profitability. 

In 2018, Bennett was recognized on the cover of HousingWire Magazine as a Woman of Influence in the real estate industry. She was named to the prestigious National Realty Trust (NRT) President’s Council for Managers multiple times, and in 2011, was one of only 18 leaders from throughout the United States and Canada invited to participate in Coldwell Banker’s® Regional Advisory Committee. 

Bennett served as a member of the board of the local Multiple Listing Service (MLS). She is a graduate of St. Anselm College in New Hampshire, is an avid golfer, and is a strong supporter of the brokerage’s charitable foundation.  

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