“Judy was very helpful and easy to get a hold of during the whole process. “
- Adam L.
“THE BEST - Judy was a pleasure to work with - both knowledgeable and responsive. Most importantly, Judy treated it like she was selling her own house and was always willing to go the extra mile to make sure the sale went smoothly. In short, we HIGHLY recommend her! “
- J.J. O.
“Personable, professional, knowledgeable. She is lovely to work with and the sale went through without a hitch. “
- Malli G.
“Completely wonderful. Judy is a fantastic person with incredible skills and great attention to details! Given that she arranged so many details of my sale -- since I had already left Boston -- I knew that it was in good hands. “
“I love working with Judy Paradis! She is very professional and personable. “
For the past 14 years, Judy Paradis has been a part of Chobee Hoy Associates in Brookline where she also lives. During this time, Judy has conducted over 200 transactions working with both buyers and sellers in some 28 different communities in and around Brookline and neighborhoods in Boston. Her fascination with real estate started early as she can remember being fascinated by touring model homes growing up in New Rochelle, New York.
Judy had a full career in education prior to going into real estate. With a Masters Degree in Developmental Reading, Judy taught in New York City, Seattle and two towns in Massachusetts in grades spanning 12th all the way down to 4th grades. She finds that her career in education prepared her well for real estate giving her the patience and creativity to deal with a variety of situations.
Judy moved to Boston some 38 years ago when her husband received an academic position. She has two grown daughters and still travels as a family at least once each year. Her passions in addition to real estate are travel, reading, swimming and architecture, animal welfare and the many cultural attractions offered by urban settings. Judy serves on the boards of two non-profits: Brookline’s Quetzalguaque Sister City Program and Hospitality Homes. She is also active in two neighborhood groups and is on a town advisory committee.