Meghan McCormick is a Northampton native who knows the Pioneer Valley well. Before becoming a Realtor, she spent several years studying with an Olympic equestrian in Vermont, and later ran horse farms, competed in equestrian eventing, and trained horses and riders in Vermont, Massachusetts, and Alabama.
As a Realtor, Meghan is an excellent problem-solver, known for the depth of her knowledge, her exceptional communication skills and her positive outlook. She works hard for buyers and sellers to ensure their experience is as smooth and stress-free as possible.
She is deeply committed to the community in which she lives and works. She is a member and past President of the Northampton Lions Club, an Ambassador and Board Member at the Northampton Chamber of Commerce, a former member of the boards of Northampton Youth Football League and Hamp Crew, and is the first to raise her hand when volunteers are needed.
She lives in Northampton and has two children; one is a student at Northampton High School, the other is a student at Wheaton College.
I listed my house located in Whately with Meghan. I was immediately leaving the state with my family, relocating to the mid west. I needed an agent who was willing to put in the extra footwork of finding repair people and being a local contact person to meet at the house when inspections or repairs were needed. Meg flawlessly took care of all that, while streamlining the long distance process of keeping me informed with all the details of repairs and of the sale. Not to to mention she painlessly negotiated to the exact asking price that I was hoping for. Meg meet and exceeded all my expectations. I was never disappointed with her service and dedication. I can honestly recommend Meghan McCormick to anyone looking for a genuine, well suited, local realtor.
"Meghan McCormick is a dedicated professional who truly cares about her clients. She is patient and understanding. She pays close attention to details and goes the extra mile to make certain everything goes as smoothly as possible through each phase of the transaction."
Marie Lisewski, 2013