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The Drucker Group

This team knows real estate in Newton and Brookline

Behind every successful real estate transaction at The Drucker Group stands a formidable team of empowered women. As a leading force in Newton and Brookline real estate, the collective talents of this all-female team are harnessed to craft a buying and selling experience that is seamless.

Five women in business casual attire pose together in front of a building.
The Drucker Group (l to r): Amy Sucoff, Joan Sullivan, Debbie Drucker, Melissa Monokrossous, Emily Sullivan

Debbie Drucker brings over 18 years of valuable experience to the team, making her the guiding force behind their success. Her extensive record of on- and off-market sales is unparalleled. 

Joan Sullivan has over three decades of real estate sales experience, marked by her exceptional ability to cultivate genuine customer relationships. Her extensive community network further enriches The Drucker Group’s capabilities.

Emily Sullivan has a keen business sense and brings savvy marketing skills to the team. After working in D.C. politics for over a decade, Sullivan can handle any challenges throughout the buying and selling process.

Amy Sucoff combines her local roots and extensive advertising background to excel in promoting The Drucker Group’s sellers. Sucoff’s creativity, organizational skills, and hands-on listing preparation have consistently led to over-asking-sale prices and delighted clients.

Melissa Monokroussos transitioned from a successful career in education to real estate and is known for building meaningful relationships with her clients. Her knowledge of the local schools and community are assets in every transaction. Together, The Drucker Group embodies a brand focused on building relationships and delivering an unparalleled real estate experience. Buyers can trust The Drucker Group to guide them  through the exciting world of real estate in Greater Boston. For more information, contact [email protected] or call 617-480-5696.


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