Elaine Sweeney and Rita Schulz of Barrett and Company Real EstateBarrett & Company Real Estate is pleased to announce the acquisition of Wayland, Massachusetts based Sweeney & Schulz, RE LLC. Sweeney and Schulz, comprised of Elaine Sweeney and Rita Schulz, is a women-owned and operated agency specializing in “good, sound, no nonsense real estate” for eleven years. Covering a fifty-mile radius of Boston they are well acquainted with and, together, have an expansive knowledge of the markets in Wayland, Wellesley, Weston, as well as towns in the surrounding area.

Elaine Sweeney holds a degree in Business Administration from Ithaca College and has, since 1990, been practicing real estate in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Maine. Her previous employment includes serving on the President’s Advisory Committee on Technology in Washington, D.C. under President H.W. Bush and, again, under President Bill Clinton. Since 2003, Sweeney has been an active member, in good standing, with the Weston/Wayland Rotary Club where she has served as Vice President, President Elect, and President.

Rita Schulz is a graduate of Connecticut College and harvested her experience of real estate while employed with Algonquin Gas Transmission Co. (AGT). While at AGT, she obtained her real estate broker license in 1977 and worked with state and local governments as an AGT agent in land acquisition. In 2002, looking for a new prospects, Schulz began a career in local residential real estate working for a brokerage in Needham. Since 2004 Schulz has been a member, in good standing, of the Weston/Wayland Rotary Club where she has served as Vice President and President.

Both Sweeney and Schulz, in regards to the acquisition, “are thrilled to be associated with this wonderful firm.”

Laurie Cadigan, President of Barrett & Company, is “very pleased to be able to add the expertise of Sweeney and Schulz to the Barrett team. Their knowledge and experience in Wayland and the surrounding areas will be a real asset to the company.”

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