Jim Treanor, Jr
Kristi Houle Nadeau
Full Time Realtor
Over 20 years experience in assisting clients buy/sell homes
6 years being a CT Magazine 5 Star Agent
Serves on the Mid-State Education Committee and current instructor of the Real EstatePre Licensing Class
Showcase Realty, Inc. Top Producer
Beth Smedick, Owner/Broker of Realty 3 CT since 1980. BS and MS degrees from Central Connecticut State University. Forty Year career in Real Estate with offices in Southington, Berlin and Old Saybrook. Extensive knowledge and expertise with first time buyers to seniors. I love helping people achieve their real estate goals.
Dawn is a Realtor and Broker Associate with Showcase Realty, Inc. in the Thomaston Office. After leaving the corporate world in 2008, she decided to start her Real Estate career with 1 goal in mind. That was to help people with some of the biggest decisions of their lives. Dawn loves being an active Realtor and finds guiding people whether they be selling their house or purchasing a new, second or investment home very rewarding. Dawn formed Team Rousseau in 2018 with herself & 1 agent. Since its inception, Team Rousseau has consistently been the company’s Top Producing Team, currently with 9 active agents. Dawn prides herself in her honesty, dedication, hard work and determination. With offices in
Thomaston, Waterbury/Wolcott, Watertown, Naugatuck & Southington her Team can easily service Hartford, Litchfield & New Haven counties.
Dawn was born and raised in CT and currently resides in Northfield with her husband and two children, she loves to work out, hike and go on family camping road trips.
Dawn is a full time Realtor and can be reached at 203-217-6522.
After spending almost a decade in the banking industry, working her way up from a teller position to an associate position in the wealth management department, Amy Drew decided it was time for a change. Real estate became Amy’s passion. Helping clients buy, sell, rent and lease became her number one goal in life.
She has spent the last several years giving her clients the confidence to make the big decisions needed to buy a house. The certainty that every seller is getting the top dollar for their home. The excitement a young tenant feels when they sign their first lease. The assurance a landlord needs when choosing the right tenant. Her client’s goals become her goals.
In her spare time Amy enjoys taking care of her rescue animals, attending concerts and reading.
I graduated from Quinnipiac University in Hamden, CT with a Bachelors Degree in Accounting and a Masters Degree in Business Administration. In terms of real estate, my education is never complete. As a licensed Realtor, I continually invest time, money and thought into the latest sales, marketing and negotiations techniques.
While brokered at Calcagni Real Estate, one of CT’s leading independently owned real estate brokerages, we take a team approach to real estate. Buying or selling a home is a complex, sophisticated and often a deeply personal endeavor. The client deserves the full service and attention that only a team of experts can consistently provide.
I grew up in Meriden, CT and currently live in Southington, CT with my wife Alexa, and our dog Fiona. Feel free to contact me anytime! Cell: 203.631.4312
Linda Fercodini, a REALTOR for more than 41 years, is Owner/Broker of Fercodini Properties, Inc. She holds professional designations as an Accredited Buyer’s Representative (ABR), Accredited Buyer Representative Manager (ABRM); Council of Residential Specialists (CRS); Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS); Seniors Real Estate Specialist (SRES); Graduate, REALTOR Institute (GRI) and Professional Standards Certified Specialist (PSCS). She is also a Certified e-PRO. Seller Representative Specialist (SRS); (PSCS) Professional Standard Certified Specialist; (SFR) Short Sale and Foreclosure Certified; 5 Star Professional 2011 Through 2020.
She served on the NAR Board of Directors from 1999 to 2002 and again since 2005 to 2018. She was the 2013 Region I Vice President for the National Association of Realtors.
The Connecticut Association of REALTORS elected Fercodini President in 1999. She chaired the REALTOR of the Year and Educator of the Year committees, as well as the RPAC and Issues Advocacy committees. She has served as a member of the state Board of Directors since 1987. She was named State REALTOR of the Year in 1997. She was also awarded the Omega Tau Rho.
She has served as Director of the Waterbury Housing Fund since 1992. She was chairperson of the Council of Governments Central Naugatuck Valley in 2008 and 2009, having served with them for a number of years. She served as Secretary in 2006, 2007.
She is a charter member in the Wolcott Circle of Sports, and served as its President in 2006 and 2007. She was a Director of the Wolcott Circle of Sports in 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, Vice-President of Wolcott Circle of Sports in 2004, 2005, served on the Scholarship Committee for Wolcott Circle Sports in 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003. She was a Committee member for Charter Revision for the Town of Wolcott in 1997 & 1998, Vice-chairperson for Charter Revision for Town of Wolcott, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002; she served on the Tax Abatement Committee for the Town of Wolcott and the Wolcott Schools Redistricting Committee in 2000. She served on the Town of Wolcott Industrial Development Committee 2004-2009. She is a member of the Farmingbury Women’s Club since 2002.
Her community activities also include:
Co-Chairperson United Way Regional Division – 1990 United Way PARC Committee – 1991 Junior Achievement – 1991 CADAC/Squad – 1992 – Secretary Member of the Fannie Mae Advisor Board – 1999 Habitat for Humanity, Waterbury Chapter – 2004 Director, Habitat for Humanity, Waterbury Chapter – 2005 Advisory Board Member Wolcott Food Pantry – 2015-present
Linda is also a member of the Central Connecticut Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Waterbury Chamber of Commerce.
Plans Program and sites for Bi-Monthly Membership meetings, Secures guest speakers for membership meetings. Creates Information Seminars and other events that would interest our members such as the Lunch & Learns
Encourage Non-Mid-State Realtors to become members, solicits new affiliate members, monitors current membership and researches new member products and programs, make office visits with AE.
Plans educational activities, orientations for new REALTORS®, continuing Education classes and seminars.
GRIEVANCE COMMITTEE/RISK REDUCTION
Meets as needed. Hears complaints filed by REALTORS® or general public against our members and helps to decide if the complaint is valid to be sent to the Professional Standards Committee. Needs to be an active REALTOR® for more than 2 years
Meets as Needed. Holds hearings for complaints that have gone through the Grievance Committee. Must hold current PSCS Certification.
Informs the board and membership about local state and federal legislation pertaining to private property rights, taxation and other legislation that might impact the profess or business of the members. Work on a continual basis through various efforts to build strong relationships with current and future local and state leaders. Work with Program Committee for Legislative Event, Coordinate, plan and host Realtor at the Capitol.
Organize fun events to help encourage RPAC investments within our membership as well as be the local liaison to hand out the RPAC funds from CAR to the local candidates that has earned the REALTOR® support.
Liaison group between our affiliate members and our association. Help plan events that take advantage of the specialties of the affiliate members and help promote the affiliate members to our general membership
MID-STATE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
Organizes Fundraising Events, the proceeds of which are utilized for Board generated Community Events. Develops Ideas for future Community Events to be approved by the Trustees.
The Foundation overseas the following:
GOLF COMMITTEE – Organizes, Generates fund raising through an annual Golf Tournament. Secures sponsors, creates signs, obtaining raffle donations and held on tourney day.
BACKPACKS FOR KIDS – Helps collect, pack and donate backpacks to the New Britain Board of Education at the beginning of the school year.
EASTER BASKETS FOR KIDS – Helps to organize and collect Easter baskets and arranges for donation to Plainville Food Pantry.
CHRISTMAS WISHES FOR KIDS – Help to organize 1 of 2 Christmas parties for 300 children in Southington or Bristol including inviting families, purchasing and wrapping gifts. Help with games, activities and distribution of presents to children