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Traci Jordan, GRI

Jul 29, 2014 04:06PM ● By Cate Reynolds
Image titleTraci Jordan, Associate Broker for Exit Latham Realty, has been serving her clients on the Mid-Shore for the past 25 years.

A native of Talbot County, she lives on Oak Creek just off the Miles River between Easton and St. Michaels. She enjoys all the shore has to offer including boating, crabbing and charter fishing. She actively participates in fundraisers for Friends of Hospice, Ducks Unlimited and The Waterfowl Festival, and is a member of the Easton Elk’s Lodge.

Most recently she was presented with the Mid-Shore Board of Realtors 2014 Realtor of the Year Award for service to her clients and the community in Talbot, Caroline and Dorchester Counties. She has served on the Mid-Shore Board of Realtors in the past as Secretary and is presently a Director.

Whether assisting in the purchase or sale of a property she believes in helping her clients make their dreams a reality.

Traci Jordan, GRI, Associate Broker, Exit Latham Realty
29 East Dover Street, Easton, MD 21601
Office: 410-822-2152, Ext. 303
Cell: 410-310-8606
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Q: What is the most unique property you have negotiated?

A: A remarkable waterfront home in Bozman located in Talbot County. The home was featured in the May 2014 issue of What’s Up? Eastern Shore. The luxury home sold just $300,000 less than it did at the height of the market nine years ago and it went under contract in 22 days of listing it. Situated on a small peninsula with over 1,000 feet of shoreline, it offered 270-degree views onto Broad Creek, a private jetty, dock with 3-plus feet MLW and a 15,000 lb. boatlift. The Nantucket-style home was renovated by award-winning McInturff Architects in Bethesda.

Traci Jordan, Exit Latham Realty

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