Gail Doherty

Gail Doherty

About Gail Doherty

Prior to joining RE/MAX Spectrum, Gail was a realtor with 13 years of experience in the greater Plymouth area.  She bought her first home after graduating from college and became addicted to the process of buying and selling a home.  Gail believes that she is fortunate in being able to help people through such an important phase of their lives. 

Gail’s background is in social services.  While that may not seem to be at all related to Real Estate, both professions are really about helping people.    “As a Realtor, I am given the opportunity to advocate for my clients and do the very best for them. This is a task I relish.    When I was asked to join the Seagate Properties Team, I was thrilled.  The Seagate Team is one of the top producing teams in Plymouth because it exemplifies the very values that are important to their clients.  And, it is those values that have made me successful, as well.  The ability to listen and really hear what my clients are saying is the cornerstone of my business.  Buying or selling a home is not something a person can or should be talked into. It is imperative to be true to the client.

Gail grew up in the Boston area but moved to Plymouth because of her love of the ocean, the beaches and the forests

In America’s Home Town.  

“I wish we could put Gail in our pocket and take her with us to be our realtor for every home purchase and sale we do in the future. We interviewed multiple realtors prior to deciding to trust Gail’s extensive expertise and it was the best decision we ever made. Her marketing skills created so  much buzz and interest in our home that we had multiple over-asking-price offers on the first day! If this had been her only outstanding service, I would have been completely satisfied but she did so much more! We threw her curveball after curveball (understatement of the century) throughout the entire process and her patience, knowledge and network connections ensured we closed on time and without hitch. If I told everyone I know or see on the street to use Gail Doherty, it still wouldn’t be enough!”  Less