From left: Lyndsay Byron Bergeron, Theresa Bernhardt, Michele Jordon and White Mountain Board of Realtors President Ken Schiller. (COURTESY PHOTO)CONWAY — The White Mountain Board of Realtors welcomed Lyndsay Byron Bergeron and Michele Jordon as the new agents took the Realtor oath at the board meeting last Tuesday at the North Conway Grand Hotel.
White Mountain Board of Realtors President Ken Schiller and Theresa Bernhardt of Pinkham Real Estate presented the new agents with the Realtor pin.
Bergeron said she loves Mount Washington Valley as only someone who has left the area for a few years and decided to come home. Currently, the administrative assistant for the Tarberry Co., Bergeron is experienced in commercial and residential rentals.
"Getting my real estate license has been something I wanted for several years and was a natural progression with my job," said Bergeron. She intends to develop her real estate career with Attitash Realty.
She moved to the Mount Washington Valley at the age of 6, attended John Fuller Elementary and graduated from Kennett High School with the Class of 2007.
Meanwhile, Michele Jordan joined Badger Realty in the fall of 2016.
Jordan is licensed both in New Hampshire and Maine. Jordan has bought and sold properties for herself including owning rental property. After 13 years as a Maine Realtor focusing on the mid-coast area, Jordan's focus is expanding to Fryeburg, Lovell, Brownfied and Bridgton, Maine, and the North Conway area.
Jordan enjoys helping first-time home buyers. "I love their excitement and enthusiasm," she said. "I take pride in being conscientious, hard-working, being honest and solution-oriented and always advocating well for my clients."
A lover of outdoor activities, Jordan enjoys riding her Harley, hiking, kayaking and climbing. With a paralegal background, Jordan also volunteers with the Maine Volunteer Lawyers Project, a non-profit that provides free legal information.