|(Updated) Realtor Fawcett moves to Danberry office in Maumee|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Thursday, 06 February 2014 09:42|
Maggie Fawcett, previously of Newlove Realty in Bowling Green, has joined the Danberry Realtors' Briarfield Boulevard office in Maumee as assistant manager.
Fawcett is a third-generation Realtor and broker with 10 years of experience. She was licensed in 2004 and received her broker's license in 2009. In 2013 she sold over $5.5 million in volume and plans to continue listing and selling in her new role.
The full scope of her responsibilities is still being developed, but she will immediately start with recruiting, training and overall office management.
Fawcett said this new job was an opportunity that she could not pass up.
"I'm able to continue working with my clients directly, listing and selling homes, as well as take on more managerial responsibilities," she said. "For me, it really is the best of both worlds."
Danberry, Fawcett said, is also on the cutting edge of technology, embracing the demands of the consumer and developing ways to meet their needs. "The collaborative and forward thinking nature of the company is beyond inspiring," she said.
Fawcett said she started in the business, learning from her grandfather, Al Newlove.
"I'm very fortunate that I was able to work directly with him for five years before his death," she said. "Besides grandpa, I was also mentored by my uncle, cousin and several other amazing real estate agents, including both Newlove and other competing companies."
Fawcett is a lifelong Bowling Green resident and is involved in many committees, boards and clubs, including Wood County Board of Realtors, the Wood County District Public Library Foundation, Bowling Green Parks and Recreation Foundation, Exchange Club, chamber of commerce and Leadership BG Alumni.
She also is a member of the Bowling Green Country Club Board of Trustees and is a Bowling Green State University Falcon Club member and Bowling Green Bobcat booster.
She is an avid golfer and enjoys spending time with her 4-year-old daughter, Libby.
|Last Updated on Thursday, 06 February 2014 12:42|
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