With over 11 years in the industry, Suzanne has been consistently recognized as one of the top producing real estate salespeople in the Capital Region.
Suzanne is a lifelong resident of the Capital District. Raised in Colonie, she earned a BA from The College of St Rose in Albany. In the early 90's, Suzanne was the office manager in a busy law office in Downtown Schenectady while living in the Sycaway area of Troy. From 1992 - 2016, she was an agent for Coldwell Banker Prime Properties in Clifton Park, moving to their Niskayuna (Schenectady) office until 2018. In 2019, Suzanne signed on with Howard Hanna (formerly known as Realty USA) in Loudonville.
You might find Suzanne at the Farmer's Market, or running in the CDPHP Corporate Challenge. You'll see her volunteering at the Ronald McDonald House, or collecting for Toys for Tots. She is proud to be a member of the Capital Region community. Watch this page for updates and you'll see where Suzanne is venturing next to support community events or what she and her family and friends might have stumbled upon. You'll find many things to add to your "to do" list.
The Certified Buyers Representative designation is earned by an agent who successfully completes coursework to represent buyers in their real estate transactions. A Certified Buyer Representative (CBR®) is specially trained to represent buyers, helping them get the best possible price for the home they desire
The Real Estate Negotiation Expert (RENE) certification is designed to elevate and enhance negotiating skills. It is the first and only negotiation credential recognized by the National Association of REALTORS®.
The Seniors Real Estate Specialist® (SRES®) designation is held by REALTORS® who specialize in working with mature consumers who are selling, buying, relocating, or refinancing residential or investment properties.
41 Coachman Drive, Ballston Spa
3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths
Refinished Hardwood Floors, Beautiful Kitchen Cabinetry, Fenced Yard, Central Air
$244,000 UNDER CONTRACT
17 Shaker Drive, Loudonville
Dorothy Nolan Elementary. 4 BR, 2.1 Bath colonial. Newer roof, central air, furnace, composite deck, above ground pool. New granite counters, SS appliances - all on the privacy of a cul-de-sac.
It's not often you hear a Realtor say "Yup, I'm a former For Sale By Owner," but that's the cold, hard truth.
That atrocious experience is what led me to get my real estate license. That's a story for another time.
Buying and/or selling a home can be one of the most overwhelming things you'll every experience.
Guess what? It doesn't have to be.
You know the saying - do a great job, people will tell one friend. Do a bad job, they'll stop people they don't know to tell them how awful an experience they had. It's a delight to say most of my customers are referrals. It's a delight to say I love what I do. It's a delight to say my customers become lifelong friends. You'll find I'm accessible, diligent, thorough and I consider working with you a privilege. You'll have a firm understanding of the process. You will work with me and only me, whether it's an e-mail, text or phone call. I am at your home inspection, your walk through, your closing. You will find the experience educational and will never feel overwhelmed or out of the loop. Oh, and we'll have a lot of fun along the way.
Nationally, the average Realtor sells 4 to 7 homes a year. I've averaged 33 homes a year over the last 10 years.
I'd love to be your Realtor for life. Please read my reviews on Zillow. I think you like what you see, and I swear, my mom didn't write any of them. :)
What you need to know right now:
Active volunteer at Ronald McDonald House,
Toys for Tots Annual Drive,
Annual sponsor of Lady Bombers
Annual sponsor of Guilderland Girls Travel Softball Team
AREAS of SERVICE and EXPERTISE
Albany, Altamont, Bethlehem, Brunswick, Clifton Park, Cohoes, Colonie, Delmar, Guilderland, Halfmoon, Latham, Lansingburgh, Loudonville, Mechanicville, Saratoga, Slingerlands, Troy, Voorheesville, and Wyantskill
Agents from the Loudonville office volunteered to make breakfast at the Albany Ronald McDonald House.