Are you ready for a better Real Estate experience? I’m happy to provide that quality service you long for, in partnership with the talented team of professionals at The Maine Real Estate Network. I am blessed to work daily within my specialized field of Residential and Commercial Waterfront Property particularly for the yachting and cruising-oriented buyer or seller. As you read below you will have a glimpse of my past, and how those experiences have led me to where I am today.
Raised in Western Maine and a 2006 graduate of Hebron Academy, Monet took advantage of all the outdoor activities that the great state has to offer: Hiking, Fishing, Camping, Boating and countless others. During those summers she received her Junior Maine Guide Certification and created a curriculum for a local conservation school that included leading wilderness expeditions in Northern Maine, Baxter State Park, and the outer islands along the coast of Maine. This early exposure to Vacationland and all its wonders was a driving force in her return to Maine post college graduation and traveling the world.
In December 2010 Monet earned a Bachelor of Science in Marine Transportation (Small Vessel Operations, now known as Vessel Operations and Technology) along with a United States Coast Guard 1600 Ton Mate License. As a student/cadet living in Castine she had the opportunity to explore many of the Downeast and Mid-Coast area gems, Penobscot Bay’s islands and down the long peninsula roads.
As a Professional Mariner Monet has been blessed to work all over the world. Traveling to places such as: Europe, Alaska, Canadian Maritimes, West Indies, Great Lakes, South Pacific, and across the Continental United States. During her journey she has paid close attention to residential and commercial waterfront properties across the world including: condominiums, dockominiums, yacht clubs, marinas, boatyards, boat storage facilities, working waterfront and maritime education facilities. She is also well versed in communicating with the parties involved with working waterfront facilities such as The Army Corps of Engineers and the Department of Environmental Protection. Monet has worked with the State of Maine and on a local level with municipalities, submerged land program staff, and with local harbormasters discussing harbor bottom make-up, governing ordinances, flood plain map information, and mooring permitting. Whatever the task, Monet gets it done.
Monet became a Licensed Real Estate Agent with The Maine Real Estate Network in June 2015, and became a licensed Real Estate Auctioneer within the State of Maine (License #1611) in January 2016.
As an Auctioneer her promise to you is to give you more options than your average Real Estate Agent. She is happy to talk about the Auction Method of Marketing and what the options are with having her as your listing agent.
Although Monet is now “shore-side”, she certainly has not swallowed the anchor. She is still the first to jump at casting off the lines and to get out on the bay, but this time, to show waterfront property rather than to clean up oil spills.
Monet is the Assistant Harbormaster for the Town of Stockton Springs, and is actively involved with start-up of The Maine Ocean School, the country’s first Maritime Magnet School located in Searsport, Maine.
Monet continues to travel across the globe to participate in Regattas, develop professional relationships and and act as an Ambassador of Maine. She consistently invites and encourages the worldwide yachting and boating community to visit Maine, some of the best cruising grounds in the world, and to buy property along it’s shores!
Monét is a rockstar! We spent over a year looking for the right multifamily home in Knox County and Monét provided expert guidance throughout the entire process. She is diligent, organized, and incredibly competent, not to mention super kind and attentive. We had a fantastic experience with Monét and can’t recommend her highly enough!
Monet was professional, available, and respectful. She educated us with the process and was patient with all of our questions. She took us seriously, even though we weren't going to be her biggest account, and we felt like she gave us just as much time and attention as her other clients.