While growing up my family moved many times due to my father's job. We lived in Wisconsin, Canada, Georgia, North Carolina, and finally Connecticut. I know first hand what it is like to be up-rooted and planted into a new place. I understand the needs, emotions, and anxieties of all the family members from having lived it.
Integrating into a new community can be challenging and ... well ... a little scary. I don't care if someone is moving from across the world or the street some basic needs have to be met. Not to mention the need to "buy right" in the event of another transfer or decision to move or life changing event.
Having been a seller, a buyer, AND a buyer that built a house I know the importance of having an agent to act as a guide. I promise to work tirelessly in finding or selling a home for my clients. As a transaction transpires I want to make sure that everyone has as smooth of an experience as humanly possible.
Moved to Connecticut in 1976.
Lived in the Farmington Valley, Hartford, New Haven, and the Northeast Corner of Connecticut.
Bachelor's In Business from CCSU
Executive Certificate in Negotiation from Notre Dame
Obtained a black belt in Hap ki do and Tae kwon do.
Justice of the Peace
Love gardening and building stone walls.
Love to watch movies on family movie night.
Love to listen to music and spend time with family and friends.
LOVE to meet new people.
Hartford, Tolland, and Windham Counties and South Western Massachusetts
Linda Byrne Broker
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