An East End homeowner for 30 years, Ellen strives to help her customers and clients experience all that this area has to offer. The feeling of reward when matching a home with its new owner, along with interacting with wonderful people day after day inspires me, she explains. Ellen combined her longtime interest in real estate with the communication skills she honed over a successful 32-year teaching career to create her real estate business. Teaching was instrumental in Ellen's development of her work ethic. She prides herself on being well prepared and doing whatever research is necessary to know the details of every property she presents. Ellen and her husband reside in Flanders, in a home located in the boatyard they have owned since 1988. They are avid boaters and love to explore all that our local waterways have to offer. Ellen will be based in Saunders' Westhampton Beach office when it opens.
As an accommodation to the disabled, Saunders & Associates provides curbside access at its offices.
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