Susan Blair

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Susan Blair, Realtor
Cell: 978.501.0370
Office: 978.369.6453
33 Walden Street Concord, MA 01742
sblair@barrettsothebysrealty.com

Susan Blair

“When I’m home/ Everything seems to be right.” —Lennon-McCartney

Full-service Realtor specializing in the selling and buying of residential real estate in the MetroWest area.

Susan is a dedicated Realtor who specializes in matching people with properties. Her professional integrity, personal attention, and local knowledge make her an excellent resource for clients interested in buying and selling residential real estate in the MetroWest area.

For Susan, real estate offers the opportunity to combine her love of all things “home” while interacting with and helping people during a particularly emotional time—selling and/or buying their home. As a Seller’s Agent, she excels at marketing a property through its strengths, expertly staging homes and making them ready for the market. As a Buyer’s Agent, Susan is adept at listening to clients’ must-haves and wish lists and finding the just-right property for them.

Skills Susan honed in her years as a publishing executive inspire clients’ confidence. Her meticulous attention to detail informs her negotiations, and her big-picture analysis of clients’ long-term goals and trends in the market make her a trusted real estate adviser. Like publishing, real estate is about teamwork, and Susan partners with her clients to streamline the transaction process. High energy and responsiveness are hallmarks of Susan’s approach to all her relationships, in real estate and in life.

Raised in Newton, Susan has lived in Acton and Boxborough for more than 30 years and is familiar with and at home in the MetroWest area. Her four children attended the top-rated AB schools and have all moved back to the area after experiencing life in different parts of the country.

Susan would be delighted to help you sell your current home and find your next one!
“A home is not a mere transient shelter: its essence lies in the personalities of the people who live in it.”—H. L. Mencken