The town of Gorham is a quintessential Maine town sharing both a rich history and a bright future. This is primarily the result of its unique location in Southern Maine. Gorham is within a very short commute to Portland and all that Maine’s largest city has to offer yet is beloved for still retaining all the characteristics of a quiet country town to include lush rolling fields, farms, heavily wooded areas and wide open spaces. Gorham’s residents enjoy a vibrant Village Center where numerous shops and restaurants are within walking distance of the village post office and supermarket. Gorham Village is also home to a University of Southern Maine campus and to all three of Gorham’s well respected Elementary, Middle & High Schools. Gorham Real Estate is a complementary mixture of well-preserved antique homes and newer well-planned neighborhoods that strive to protect a small town feel. Gorham is well known for the volunteerism of its residents and for cultural opportunities, with countless art events each year. Gorham has recently been featured on several Top 10 lists for the best places to live in Maine. This is no secret to the thousand of new residents that have made Gorham their home over the past decade, making Gorham one of the fastest growing municipalities in Maine. Whether you choose to make Gorham or one of her surrounding communities your next home, we look forward to serving you.
1987: Began my Real Estate Career with ERA Willis-McNally
1993-1997: Licensed with Mark Stimson Real Estate
1997-2011: Opened and managed O'Leary & Saxby Real Estate in Gorham with Mary Ann Saxby.
2011-2014: Licensed with Keller Williams Realty
2000-2009: Served on the Board of Directors of Greater Portland Board of Realtors.
2007: Served as President of the Board of Directors of the Greater Portland Board of Realtors.
2008: Elected Realtor of the Year
2000-2009: Served on the Board of Directors for the Maine Association of Reasltors
1987-2014: Member of the National Association of Realtors
1985-1989 Served one the Board of Directors for The Maine Association of Handicapped Persons advocating for, supporting and educating parents of students with dissabilities
I live in Gorham with my husband, Tim, a retired Army Aviator. We have three adult children and three grandchildren.
My motto: Treat all people with honesty, dignity and respect.