Chrissy Grant joins Badger Realty’s Berlin Office

New Badger Realty agent Chrissy Grant (center) is seen with Berlin Managing Broker Janet Nickerson (left) and Managing Partner Brenda Leavitt. (COURTESY PHOTO)

BERLIN — Badger Realty has welcomes a new agent to its Berlin office, Chrissy Grant, who is a long-time resident of Gorham. With the addition of Grant, Badger Realty’s sales team at its Berlin office totals eight.

Brenda Leavitt, Badger Realty managing partner, said in making the announcement, “We’re so pleased to have Chrissy join our team. While she is new to the real estate field, she brings a wealth of experience in human relations, organization and communication that we know will stand her in good stead as a real estate agent.”

Grant, who is currently the coordinator of educational partnerships and access, and a member of the adjunct teaching faculty at the White Mountains Community College in Berlin, will be continuing in that capacity while pursuing real estate on weekends, evenings and during school vacation periods.

“I’ve been thinking about getting into real estate for quite some time,” said Grant. “My kids are older now and with being off during the summer months, I figured it's a good time to jump in. Janet Nickerson, who’s been with Badger Realty for several years, has been a friend for over 20 years — we worked together at Northern Human Services. She’s had a great experience at Badger, so when I started taking the real estate classes, she put me in touch with Brenda.”

“I love working with people,” Grant continued. “In the past, working in human services, much of my work has been crisis-driven. Real estate will be a different way of helping people, while collaborating and working with people to help them reach their real estate goals. I’m currently licensed in New Hampshire, but plan to pursue my Maine real estate license, as that will expand my ability to assist clients.”

For more information, contact Badger Realty at (603) 752-6000 or go to or Chrissy Grant at or (603) 915-3303 mobile direct.

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