Sales Agent, Fred Hebert Joins the Newcastle Realty Team
Fri, 08/23/2019 - 11:30am
Fred Hebert has always had an interest in real estate development. In his professional career as an executive at a multinational commercial insurance company, Fred worked worldwide and re-located several times. He has a first hand knowledge of the differences between “having to sell or buy” a primary residence, to a much more discerning transaction of selling or looking for, and buying, a second home. After summering in Pemaquid for 40 years in a home owned by his wife, Martha’s family, they bought their own second home in 2006. Retired from his career, he and Martha live here year round. He speaks of the community, the wonderful people he has met, and the numerous personal and professional outlets and opportunities he has found living here full time. Fred grew up in a small town in NH, and really enjoys the sense of community and small town living he has found here in the midcoast.
Having bought and sold a number of homes, he understands the process from the perspective of both seller and buyer. Fred brings value to his Newcastle Realty clients by using this experiences and knowledge to help them successfully navigate the process from either side of the transaction. He understands that each seller and buyer comes to the real estate process with their own unique needs and goals and that it is his job to help his clients realize their goals.
When Fred decided to pursue real estate, Newcastle Realty was an easy choice. Having bought and sold two properties through Lee Simard at Newcastle Realty, he had a seamless, professional, and very positive experience. He cites owner, Dennis Hilton’s leadership in building a strong team of brokers that work together and support one another to the benefit of the firm’s clients. The commitment to local community, that is the basis of the Cheney Financial Group philosophy, is also important to Fred. He and Martha are very active in supporting the CLC YMCA and their outreach programs for children in the community, including the youth racquets program at the Y through the Sanford Open.