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About Maggie Coe

Maggie Coe, SRES®, is uniquely qualified to help seniors through the process of selling and buying real estate and transitioning to new surroundings!  With extensive backgrounds in healthcare and education, she has great compassion for her clients especially those who are making life-changing decisions.  Whether your ultimate decision is to remain in your current home (“aging in place”) or moving, Maggie is a complete resource to help you understand all the possibilities so you can make an informed decision - the best decision for you.  

 

In addition to her passion for helping people, Maggie has also established a network of professionals who are qualified to help in all aspects of real estate sales, estate planning, tax implications, and transitioning to a different living environment. Maggie is so committed to helping seniors achieve the best possible outcomes, that back in 2011 she took all the education required to become a certified Seniors Real Estate Specialist (SRES®).      

 

When you’re moving away from a familiar environment into a new situation, you want help from someone who:

  • Listens to you carefully and understands your needs, while paying meticulous attention to details
  • Respects the emotional upheaval you are facing
  • Knows the market for your home
  • Understands the medical implications you may be facing
  • Connects you with other professionals you can trust to help with estate planning and tax consequences

 

Maggie Coe, SRES®, is your local expert!  Contact her at 267-994-0647.

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Maggie is a very knowledgeable and dedicated professional. She is always accessible and willing to "go the extra mile" to provide her clients the best possible service. These attributes combined with her personable demeanor make Maggie the outstanding choice when looking for a Realtor! Highly recommended - A+!!! - Jo Anne

 

Maggie Coe, SRES®, had a distinguished career as a Biology Teacher, worked in sales for a Global Pharmaceutical Company, and Executive Management of a National Home Healthcare Company before obtaining her Real Estate license in 2005.  She is also a dog lover as well as the author of the recently published children’s book about her two Airedales "Huston & Savanna."

 

Designations

  • GRI
  • SRES
  • SRS

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