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Susan Teahan

Susan Teahan

Sales Associate

Susan Teahan always opts for happiness. “Life gives you so many opportunities to be happy – all you need to do is take the chance.”

That optimism is reflected in her approach to real estate. “Like life, the real estate market is always changing and that means that we – realtors, buyers and sellers – need to adapt to what is,” she says. “Admittedly that can be a big adjustment, but I believe that when you do that nothing is impossible. In fact, I take that approach to help my clients [...]

Susan Teahan always opts for happiness. “Life gives you so many opportunities to be happy – all you need to do is take the chance.”

That optimism is reflected in her approach to real estate. “Like life, the real estate market is always changing and that means that we – realtors, buyers and sellers – need to adapt to what is,” she says. “Admittedly that can be a big adjustment, but I believe that when you do that nothing is impossible. In fact, I take that approach to help my clients reach their goals.”

Susan’s positive attitude includes her affection for the North Shore. “For me, the North Shore is home and being able to help others find their ‘home’ here is both exciting and satisfying,” she says.

Susan’s affection for the area is long-standing. Originally from Essex, her family moved to Great Neck in the late 1980’s. Although she planned to stay forever, life and career happened, and the Bay State native became a Connecticut resident, but the house remained in the family. Today, Susan and her husband live in that same home. “I’ve come full circle to where I started, and this time I plan to stay.”  

 

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