For three decades, Terrie Hayden has been attentively serving buyers and sellers with a warmth and dedication that resonates deeply. She is a talented, trusted advisor who has become close friends with many of her clients. One of her recently satisfied sellers endearingly calls her "My Realtor Mom."
In 1992, Jean LeVaux invited her son and Terrie to relocate from LA to build her new office at 171 Huron Ave. She answered phones and introduced the agents to the new era of Macintosh. In 1997, Terrie received “DeWolfe’s Employee of the Year”. It was the top office in Cambridge for many years. Jean, now 92, remains a special part of her life.
In 2002, she transitioned to representing buyers & sellers. She had the opportunity to work as the primary listing agent for the late developer, David Aposhian, at Union Place, 150 units in 6 buildings on Norfolk & Webster St in Union Sq. Terrie and her team continue to be the market leader in resales at Union Place.
Now a proud member of the g2Team at Compass, Terrie serves clients at Union Place and throughout Cambridge, Somerville, and surrounds. She has a special knack for helping women achieve their real estate goals.
A military kid, Terrie was born at Fort Devens, MA, raised in Japan and Hawaii then on California's Central Coast. Today, she resides at a 55+ complex, Wellington Crossing, in North Waltham. She enjoys spin classes, crafting, and slow cooking. Her husband, Bill, is a semi-retired Funeral Director. They celebrated 25 Years of Marriage with an Alaskan Cruise.
Past treasurer of the Cambridge Council of Realtors helping with fundraising for the Day Care Center for Homeless Children. Senior’s Real Estate Specialist (SRES).