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100 Cummings Center Suite 101K , Beverly - MA 01915

About Maryellen Mitchell, VP

TESTIMONIALS

Maryellen has been in Real Estate since 1985. Her many clients have found that her assertiveness and personal integrity won their trust immediately.

An active member of the North Shore Association of Realtors as well as the State and National Associations, Maryellen has earned her GRI (Graduate of the Realtors Institute) designation, which places her in the top 10% of all Realtors nationwide. Maryellen is also a member of the Senior Advantage Real Estate Council and earned the Certified Buyers Representative (CBR) designation as well as a Seniors Real Estate Specialist (SRES) designation for working with the 55-plus community. Additionally, Maryellen is a certified relocation specialist, certified with Leading Real Estate Companies of the World and RealEstate.com. She regularly attends continuing education classes and on-going technology training to better serve her clients.

Maryellen is the Co-Chair of Colie’s Cure Foundation...Stand up Against MS for Multiple Sclerosis raising awareness and funds annually. She also actively supports HAWC, Bootstraps, North Shore Veterans and youth sports. 

From a family of seven, Maryellen has lived on the North Shore her entire life and currently resides in in Beverly with her husband Joe. Heather and Nicole, her two very special daughters, live nearby but her pride and joy are grandchildren Luke and his cousins Abby and Emily.

Dedicated to her profession, Maryellen believes firmly in education, family and protecting the environment for future generations.

When buying or selling a home you will want a professional who listens carefully, knows current market conditions and will provide you with the best possible service with the least inconvenience to you. Maryellen is your guide through the complex selling and purchasing process.

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Certified Buyer Representative (CBR®)
Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO)
GRI Graduate REALTOR Institute
REALTOR®
SRES®, Senior Real Estate Specialist
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