Reinhild Davis

REALTOR® | Barrett Sotheby's International Realty - Concord

Barrett Sotheby's International Realty - Concord

33 Walden Street
Concord, MA 01742

Email Phone: 978-369-6453

About Reinhild Haak

Reinhild originally hails from Lexington, Massachusetts where she was surrounded by historic houses and often visited nearby historic Concord, MA, developing an early love of antique homes and history. Fluent in German and modern Greek, with a working knowledge of French as well, Reinhild worked with travelers and tourists from all over the world as a tour guide and travel agent for 10 seasons in Europe. 
After completing her Masters in Applied Linguistics in Europe and then an MBA in Hotel and Restaurant Management at the University of New Haven, she had a 10 year stint in the corporate world, working with customers and investment companies. Reinhild also worked in the Hearth and Home retail industry for two seasons, eventually deciding on a career in Real Estate, where she has worked since 2010. Until the merger with Keller Williams Nashua in 2018 she worked along with David Deysher for Historic and Distinctive Properties of New England as the Rockingham and Strafford County Agent. She started her Real Estate Career with Lori Jordan in Atkinson, until that office was acquired by CocoEarly of Methuen, MA, with whom she worked out of both the Plaistow and Derry offices. She also had a brief stint with Remax Main Street of Plaistow and Haverhill.
In addition to having worked within the local schools in the area, Reinhild is very active in her community, which gives her a hands on knowledge of the area.  She is an member of the Solid Waste committee in her home town of Hampstead, NH, an active member of the local Garden Club, Vice President of the Historical Society, and a member of SELT and the NH Preservation Alliance. Prior to moving to Hampstead Reinhild, served for three years as president of her condo association in Plaistow, NH. In her spare time Reinhild likes music, gardening, contra dancing, hiking, and XC skiing and snowshoeing in the sometimes long New England winters. 
Reinhild says: “New England, but especially New Hampshire, is a very special place, with a lot of history, heritage, and tradition. I believe in preserving that history and tradition for future generations, and in supporting our local farms and businesses, as well as open space for all to use and enjoy.