|Real Estate Agent||
|Carol Ann Doucette|
Sebago Lake, ME
— ReMax By the Bay
RE/MAX International Inc.
|web Carol Ann Doucette's (mthunger) Blog|
Meet Carol Ann Doucette, your Re/Max Greater Portland specialist. Carol Ann has been a Realtor since 1991. Within a short period of time, after entering the industry, she was named the Real Trends Rookie of the Year. This national designation is bestowed upon only a small number of agents across the United States. Her attention to detail, caring, compassion and zeal for the job at hand have made her a true "friend" to those she has been involved with over the years. Those friends have provided her with a referral base that continues to grow based on a high level of satisfaction from her clients. She has consistently been a multimillion-dollar producer and one of the top agents in the area. She has been a Re/Max agent since 1999.
Carol Ann believes that education is one of the most important aspects of her career. It not only provides her with the tools and skills necessary in this ever-changing industry, but also allows her to educate her clients. This enables her transactions to be relatively stress-free. She is a Certified Buyer Agent, a Graduate of the Real Estate Institute (GRI) and was awarded the prestigious Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) designation. Only 35,000 realtors nationwide have earned the credential. Home buyers and sellers can be assured that the CRS Designees subscribe to the strict realtor code of ethics, have access to the latest technology and are specialists in helping clients maximize profits and minimize costs when buying and selling a home. Most recently, she completed the course for Designated Broker, the highest level of licensing within the state. The Re/Max Satellite Network also provides continual training with top educators and real estate trainers throughout the United States. Most recently Carol Ann has also completed courses related to selling real estate with national trainer Brian Buffinni and courses related to marketing with the top selling international Re/Max agent in the world, Craig Proctor, again maximizing her skills as a Realtor. She is also a member of the Portland Board of Realtors and the National Association of Realtors.
Neal Doucette, former Falmouth educator for 34 years joined Re/Max by the Bay 2 years ago, working as a sales associate and licensed assistant. Neal works with Carol Ann, creating a team to maximize service to their clients. "We want our clients to know that we want to be their realtors not just for the transaction, but for life", stated Doucette. The team focuses on residential properties, new construction and lakefront homes. Neal has completed a course on selling real estate with renowned trainer Brian Buffinni and a course on marketing with Craig Procter the top selling international Re/Max agent in the world. He is currently working towards his Associate Brokers license. Neal's attention to detail attribute which was so much a part of his teaching career is a valuable asset in his new career path in real estate.
Year round residents of Little Sebago Lake, the Doucettes have many connections with local environmental and lake agencies. Carol Ann is involved with the Little Sebago Lake Association as it's president, editor for the web site, watershed survey steering committee member and coordinator of it's courtesy inspector program at the public boat launch. She is keenly aware of the environmental issues of Little Sebago and she and her husband Neal work with town and state officials to preserve its quality. They enjoy boating, gardening, kayaking, home improvement projects and traveling. Whether you are building a new home, selling a pre-existing property or looking for those special lake getaways, Carol Ann and Neal are the Realtors to call. They consistently achieve the level of professionalism that is expected from Re/Max associates. Assisting in the process of buying and selling homes is there job, but helping people is their passion.
Lakefront specialists working for the protection of Maine lakes and the education of new lakefront owners to preserve those special places where they come to replenish their spirits and make memories.