What drew Debbie Lewis to real estate was her love of houses and design, a desire to work with people, and the fast paced, stimulating nature of the job. Debbie's career leading up to real estate had been quite diverse and she has been fortunate to have always done work that she felt personally and passionately committed to. This includes working as a social worker, a community educator, and an organizational consultant/trainer specializing in the area of diversity and civic engagement. Debbie's focus has always been on relationship building, collaboration, and education, all of which are valuable skills in her work as a Buyer's Agent. And most importantly, she is committed to having fun while she works!
For many of us, buying real estate is not simply about finding a place to store our "stuff.” It’s about finding a place to call “home.” And this is not always a short and easy process! Debbie was a first time homebuyer in 1991 and remembers clearly how monumental the event seemed. She also remembers how invaluable it was to work with someone who could educate her about the process and help manage the emotional ups and downs leading up to the moment she walked away with a new set of keys. Whether you are a first time home buyer or a seasoned participant in the real estate market, Debbie looks forward to partnering with you to make your home buying process a smooth and enjoyable one.
Debbie is a Certified Buyer Representative, a member of the Greater Boston Real Estate Board, the National Association of Realtors, and the Massachusetts Association of Realtors.
In her spare time, she continues to pursue her interest in civic engagement as a volunteer for PFLAG (Parents, Friends and Family of Lesbians and Gays) and The City Wide Dialogues on Boston's Racial and Ethnic Diversity, where she facilitates awareness seminars for schools and community organizations. And for fun, Debbie loves to take modern dance classes!