I lead a mega agent team of destiny. We will change how real estate is done around the world. End the stress and frustration for agents and clients, bring joy and fun back in. Real Estate The New Way!
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Seth Campbell Realty Group LLC is affiliated with Keller Williams Realty, currently the third largest real estate franchise in the United States. The average agent in New England sells 5 properties per year. In 2009 & 2010 our team sold over 150 homes. We have adjusted to the shifted market by utilizing new, state of the art selling strategies that work. Our team is focused on doing "Real Estate The New Way." What does that mean? Well, we believe we are a company of destiny. In real estate these days it seems everyone is stressed and frustrated from agents to clients to loan officers to attorneys. We want to change that. It's time for someone to bring in joy, laughter, fun and a little weirdness. We want to leave a trail of smiling faces behind who had a great experience with real estate when they crossed our path. That's our mission. It used to be "become the #1 highest volume team in North America." That's gone, that's boring, that's corporate. Now it's about delivering happiness through our industry. We believe the money and profit will follow behind that. If not, that's ok because our destiny isn't one of profit, but one of change. Our co-brokes will laugh, our clients will think we are strange, everyone will want to be a part of this movement. Famous quote from a broker's open house, "Hey, is that a giraffe in the back yard??"
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We specialize in making people happy with real estate. Luxury homes, first-time homebuyers, investors, foreclosures, short sales - and helping people who are behind on mortgages get loan modifications (no we don't charge for that - it's free and helping someone in trouble is the right thing to do), and good old fashioned buyers and sellers. We actually cover nearly all of Massachusetts with our home base in Westborough, Worcester, Framingham area. It's not that big of a state :)