Owner, Team Leader, Residential Real Estate Specialist
Ginny is a 38-year veteran sales professional having graduated from Babson College with a degree in Marketing Management. Ginny joined the real estate industry in 1991 as co-owner of Kepa Development Corporation, a residential real estate development and construction firm located in the town of Southborough. Ginny directed financial operations and home sales for Kepa in the construction of more than 100 speculative and custom homes.
In 1996, Ginny launched her own subsidiary business called Mint Condition, a professional home detailing and consulting firm that interfaced with Realtors and homeowners to help sell homes more quickly and for the highest possible price. Ginny was one of the first agents to introduce the importance of home staging before the launch of HGTV and helped hundreds of homeowners throughout Massachusetts properly prepare their home for the market.
Since the early 2000’s, Ginny has concentrated her efforts on helping buyers write winning offers and assisting homeowners to achieve multiple offers, and as a top-producing real estate agent in Metro West, she has transacted more than 300 million dollars’ worth of real estate. Ginny offers her seller clients cutting edge marketing and social media expertise, a thorough knowledge of the local real estate market, and prides herself on going over and above the expectations of her clients in each and every real estate transaction.
Ginny is well connected in the local community and offers both buyers and sellers unlimited resources when it comes to home maintenance, repairs and home improvements, big or small.
Other Skills & Interests
Most recently, Ginny and her team have concentrated their philanthropic and fundraising efforts on helping the Southborough Youth and Family Services and The Fresh Start Furniture Bank non-profit organizations.
Ginny served as Marketing Director for the New England Center for the Performing Arts, a non-profit arts organization committed to changing lives through the performing arts.
Ginny has coordinated more than 25 large scale fundraising events and raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for numerous non-profit organizations. Most notably, 3 annual spring galas for NECPA with revenues totaling in excess of 500,000. As a breast cancer supporter, Ginny raised 17,000 for her own participation in the Avon 3-day cancer walk.
Ginny loved her role as a private piano instructor in the Town of Southborough, while 20-30 students each year grew in their talent and appreciation of music.
Ginny enjoyed many years as a soccer coach for the Southborough Youth Soccer Association and as a parent volunteer in the Southborough school system while raising her two daughters.
Ginny is a passionate foodie led her to open, own and operate her own 50-seat restaurant in the early 1980’s.