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Windham Home Sold By Corbett, Luther Featured in Haven Boston

Burnham Road, Windham

A home at 41 Burnham Road, Windham, N.H., that was co-listed by Billerica agents Carolyn Corbett and Lisa Luther, was featured in Haven Boston MagazineCarolyn CorbettLisa Luther

The home, which sold for $1,150,000 on Dec. 23, 2021, was among the top sellers in Windham for the year. The 4,000-square-foot home, which is located on 4.56 acres, is a custom-built colonial that features four bedrooms, a three-car garage, and four-and-a-half bathrooms.

Pictured are Carolyn Corbett, left, and Lisa Luther.Haven Windham


Holland Among Boston Agent Magazine’s Top 10 Agent Snapshots

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Jennifer Holland, an agent in ERA Key's Auburn office was featured in Boston Agent Magazine's top 10 agent snapshots. Agents interested in being considered can fill out a survey  here.Jennifer Holland

Jennifer told the magazine, “I love being that point of contact or hub of all info related to real estate, home decorating and improvements, sharing my knowledge of the process and marketplace, as well as being a protector of my client’s best interests.”

What was your most interesting job before going into real estate? Selling cars — the auto auction business. I was able to represent car dealers, much like representing a homeowner, with the sale on the auction block and participate in the negotiations, terms and price. It was fast-paced and hustle was a requirement!

Where did you grow up? I grew up in Central Massachusetts in Oxford which is on the Connecticut state line.

Growing up, what did you want to be? Growing up I always wanted to be in some form of marketing and sales. I started my first business at 21 owning my own fitness studio.

What do you do to relax when you’re stressed? Workout, listen to music, lift weights, yoga. dance. Anything with music!

If you could meet any well-known figure (living or not), who would it be and why? I would...

Home Listed by ERA Key’s Claflin Named “Home of the Week”

A six-bedroom home in Framingham’s historic district was named “Home of the Week” by Framingham Source.

FRAMINGHAM – Built in 1897, this week’s home of the week on SOURCE is a single-family home on Pleasant Street located in the Jonathan Maynard Historic district of the City of Framingham.

On the market for less than a week, there is 3,271 square feet of living space on a third of an acre lot at 208 Pleasant Street.

The 6-bedroom home, with 2.5-bathroom home is listed for $799,900.

The updated home is located north of Route 9 in Framingham.

“Stately and Impressive! Not only are there exquisite details & finishes throughout, this gorgeous home exudes warmth. When old meets new – in all the right ways,” wrote the Realtor in the listing.

The home has a “charming wrap around porch, beautiful hardwoods throughout, fantastic layout with great flow, two staircases, detailed woodwork, endless storage, large rooms & built-ins brings the feel of charm & warmth,” noted the Realtor in the listing. “Then add in the modern day must haves; gorgeous open concept Chef’s kitchen featuring double ovens, stainless appliances, two walk-in pantries, over-sized island, all open to dining area & family room.”

“Attractive 2nd floor primary bedroom w/two walk in closets, one featuring a built in, PLUS a gorgeous en suite bath w/double vanity & tile shower. Three additional large bedrooms PLUS 2nd floor laundry! BONUS: 3rd floor houses 2 additional rooms for bedrooms, exercise, office, whatever your needs are,” concluded the Realtor.

The City of Framingham has assessed the property at $509,800 in 2020. The taxes for 2020 are $7,637. The property last sold in March 10 in 2017 for $535,000....

Chelmsford Office Serves Dinner to Veterans

Chelmsford Office

The Chelmsford office of ERA Key recently served a homemade Italian dinner, along with cake and ice cream, to veterans at Princeton House in Lowell. 

Participants included Chelmsford Manager Mary Bilodeau, Realtors Ed Oliveri, Elaine MacLean, Maureen Howe, Andy Wilson, Jim and Rose Caturano, Barbara Faria, Allison Murray, and Administrator Tracey Garthe.


Luther’s $1.4 Million Closing Is Third Highest Price in Woburn This Year

9 Ledgewood Road, Woburn

Billerica’s Lisa Luther recently closed on a home at 9 Ledgewood Road in Woburn that sold for $1,437,500 – the third highest sale price this year for a home in Woburn, according to the MLS Property Information Network (as of 12/13/21).Lisa Luther

The home, which was featured in Haven Boston magazine, has five bedrooms, four full bathrooms and two half bathrooms, an en suite, three fireplaces and more than 5,711 square feet of living space. Haven Layout

Lisa joined ERA Key in March 2016 and currently serves as Director of Education for ERA Key Realty Services. She was recently installed as the 2022 Women’s Council of REALTORS® Massachusetts State Liaison.


Milford Office Donated $1,000 to Project Just Because

Project Just Because

TheERA Key's Milford office recently donated $1,000 to Project Just Because, Inc. of Hopkinton. Project Just Because provides clothing, food and school supplies to struggling families.

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The Milford office donated more than $3,000 to area charities through the ERA Key Realty Services Charitable Trust.

“No one should be cold or hungry, especially during the holiday season,” said Milford Manager Angel Moscatelli. “Our agents take pride in helping others and giving back to the communities they serve.”

Pictured, left to right, are Michelle Huynh, Jocelyne Fauerbach, Donna Arthur, Angel Moscatelli and Toni Travaglini.


Billerica Office Completes Annual Toys for Tots Drive

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ERA Key’s Billerica office recently completed another banner year in its annual drive for Toys for Tots. Cathy Lomasney

Cathy Lomasney, who has led 13 consecutive Toys for Tots collections, led this year’s collection as well. This year’s drive was tied in with #GivingTuesdayERA, which has a goal of donating 10,000 toys to Toys for Tots in 2021. 

Toys for Tots, a program run by the United States Marine Corps Reserve, distributes toys to children whose parents cannot afford to buy them gifts for Christmas. 

Pictured are Danielle, a regular donor, top; Cathy Lomasney, and toys collected.

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Framingham Office Donates $1,000 to Buddy Dog Humane Society

ERA Key’s Framingham office has donated $1,000 to the Buddy Dog Humane Society, an animal shelter in Sudbury.Buddy Dog

Buddy Dog cares stray, homeless and unwanted dogs and cats, and seeks to find them suitable homes.

Michal from Buddy Dog and her dog Rosie accepted a check from ERA Key on behalf of Buddy Dog. Also shown are, left to right, front row, Framingham Manager Ali Corton, Tara Kilgallen and Valerie Cohen; back row, Jody Troderman, Audra Lizarralde, Mike O’Brien, Kathy Mosher and Rob Fontaine.


Milford Office Donates More Than $2,300 To Daily Bread Food Pantry

Milford Food Pantry 

ERA Key’s Milford office has donated $1,500, plus $810 in gift cards, to the Daily Bread Food Pantry in Milford.

In addition to donating $1,500 through the ERA Key Charitable Trust, many agents contributed to a collection by Realtor Donna Arthur to purchase gift cards for teens that will be distributed by the Daily Bread Food Pantry.

“No one should be cold or hungry, especially during the holiday season,” said Milford Manager Angel Moscatelli. “Our agents take pride in helping others and giving back to the communities they serve.” 

Pictured, left to right, are Michelle Huynh, Jocelyne Fauerbach, Donna Arthur, Toni Travaglini and Angel Moscatelli.


ERA Key Adds Nokeo as Realtor in Worcester Office

Mei Lin A. Nokeo of Worcester has joined ERA Key Realty Services as a Realtor in the Worcester office.

Mei Lin NokeoShe is pursuing her bachelor’s degree in business in business administration from Worcester University. She is also a licensed cosmetologist.

“I joined ERA Key Realty Services because of the great reputation the agency has built,” Mei Lin said. “I believe it's very important to make a great first impression and ERA Key made a great first impression on me. I am eager and excited to learn from the team, and look forward to contributing to ERA Key’s strong reputation.”


Framingham Agents Collect for Toys for Tots

Framingham Toys for Tots

Agents in the Framingham office of ERA Key recently contributed toys they collected to Toys for Tots, a program run by the United States Marine Corps Reserve that distributes toys to children whose parents cannot afford to buy them gifts for Christmas.

Pictured are, left to right, Rob Fontaine, Ali Corton, Marines representing Toys for Tots, Nelson Zide and Audra Lizarralde.

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Framingham Office Donates $1,000 to American Warrior Initiative

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The Framingham office of ERA Key Realty Services has donated $1,000 to the American Warrior Initiative.

American Warrior LogoThe national organization helps wounded veterans by providing service dogs, business grants, home upgrades, mortgage-free housing and more. The donation was made through the ERA Key Charitable Trust.

“Americans who have served their country deserve our support,” said Framingham Manager Ali Corton. “We are gratified to do our part to show our appreciation for everything they’ve done.”

Pictured, left to right, are Rob Fontaine; Valerie Cohen; Jody Troderman; Bill Murphy, branch manager and mortgage advisor at Fairway Mortgage, and Ali Corton.


ERA Key Adds Beveridge as Realtor in Spencer Office

Shannon K. Beveridge of Leicester has joined ERA Key Realty Services as a Realtor in the Spencer office.Shannon Beveridge

She also teaches social studies at Tantasqua Regional Junior High School in Fiskdale. She is a licensed horseback riding instructor and has taught at Camp Marshall in Spencer and Stoney Hill Farm in Barre.

Shannon earned her bachelor’s and master's degrees from Worcester State University. She has written successful grant applications through the Tantasqua Educators Foundation, funding the purchase of school supplies, including Chromebooks, snowshoes and ping-pong tables.

“When interviewing with different brokerages, ERA Key immediately stood out,” Shannon said. “Their focus on interpersonal relationships, and attention to detail in the office and in the field, made ERA Key a clear choice for me. I feel incredibly grateful to join this talented team.”


ERA Key’s Wilmington Office, Damore Law Donating $10 Per Thanksgiving Pie from Josie’s Bakery to WOW

Team BlueThe Wilmington office of Northbridge-based ERA Key Realty Services and Damore Law announced that they are donating $10 ($5 each) to WOW for every Thanksgiving pie purchased from Josie’s Bakery, Two Lowell St.WOW Fundraiser

We’re One Wilmington (WOW) assists people in need and was created “to strengthen our community one good deed at a time.”

Pies available include apple ($15), pecan ($18), pumpkin ($18) and chocolate cream ($20). Pies can be ordered through Nov. 19, 2021 by texting or calling Margie at 978-810-0523. Callers should mention the “Give Thanks, Eat Pie” fundraiser. Pies can be picked up at Josie’s Bakery on Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2021.

“Our pie fundraiser, which we’ve jointly sponsored in the past, is our way of giving thanks to the community,” said Lori Penney, leader of ERA Key’s Team Blue (pictured above). “Giving back to the community is an important value for ERA Key and for all of its Wilmington agents. We sponsor events throughout the year, but our Thanksgiving pie fundraiser is especially popular.” 

Last year, Team Blue and Damore Law raised $1,710 through the sale of 171 pies through the fundraiser.


ERA Key Adds Marengo as Realtor in Whitinsville Office

Gail Marengo of Webster has joined ERA Key Realty Services as a Realtor in the Whitinsville office.

She has 23 years of experience as a Realtor, including 16 years in Massachusetts.Gail Marengo

She attended Nassau Community College in Garden City, N.Y. and is a Certified American Warrior Real Estate Professional with expertise in working with members of the military.

“While working in a real estate office as an administrative assistant, I realized that I have a passion for helping others buy and sell homes,” Gail said. “I also wanted the flexibility to be there for my children. They’re adults now, but my passion for real estate is as strong as it’s ever been. I’m pleased to be part of a strong team of Realtors at ERA Key.”

“Gail’s experience makes her a strong addition to our team,” said Whitinsville Manager David Glasberg. “We are happy to have her here."


Banker & Tradesman’s “Best of the Best” Survey

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Which real estate agency is the “Best of the Best” in our region? 

If you think ERA Key Realty Services deserves your vote, Banker & Tradesman wants to know. Just click here and vote under “Real Estate Company.” You can also vote in other categories for other favorites in the industry. 

Send the link to your clients and ask that them to vote, too, if you would like to increase the likelihood of ERA Key placing at or near the top. 

Voting closes on October 20, 2021. Thanks for your support!


Spencer's Tammy Ruda List's $1.25 Million 'Home of the Week'

Webster Home of the Week

Tammy Ruda, an agent in ERA Key’s Spencer office, listed a $1.25 million home on Webster Lake that was named the Telegram & Gazette’s “Home of the Week.”

House of the Week: House on Webster Lake offers waterfront living, lists for $1.25M

WEBSTER - Stunning sunsets, panoramic views and four seasons of outdoor recreation come with this prime waterfront property on Lake Chaubunagungamaug.Tammy Ruda

The 2,055-square-foot contemporary at 39 Point Pleasant Road is listed with Tammy Ruda with ERA Key Realty Services for $1.25 million.

“This home is open and airy with great views of the lake from both sides of the house,” Ruda said. 

The lake is 1,400 acres of water surrounded by more than 17 or so miles of shoreline. It reportedly has the longest name of any place in the U.S. And while its indigenous, hard-to-pronounce name has become iconic, it’s commonly known as Webster Lake.

This property is located at the end of a quiet dead-end street on a portion of the lake known as Middle Pond.

Its many outdoor features include 150 feet of water frontage, mature shade trees and a level yard for easy access to the docks that accommodate up to six boats.Webster Lake...

ERA Key’s Whitinsville Office Donates $1,000 to Benefit Family of Boy with Brain Cancer

The Whitinsville office of ERA Key Realty Services has donated $1,000 to benefit the family of Cameron McDonnell, a four-year-old Northbridge resident who was recently diagnosed with brain cancer. September was National Childhood Cancer Awareness month.

The donation, made through the ERA Key Charitable Trust, will help the McDonnell family deal with the burden of treating this disease.Laura Hebb

“There is absolutely nothing more devastating than childhood cancer,” said Realtor Laura Hebb, who lost her youngest son at age 13 to a rare form of liver cancer. “It affects the entire family. Parents lose time from work, expenses escalate. Traveling to Boston and practically living in Children’s Hospital creates stress that is unbelievable. We are happy to do what we can to help Cam, his parents, and two young sisters as they fight to defeat cancer.”

She added that one out of five children who are diagnosed with cancer do not survive.

Other fundraisers are being planned to help the McDonnell family:

  • The Cam’s Jam Golf Tournament is accepting donations as well as sponsoring a tournament on October 14 at Shining Rock Golf Club in Upton to raise funds for the behalf of the family.
  • Erin Carmody, a close friend of Cameron’s mother, Jessey McDonnell, has started a GoFundMe campaign.
  • A Cam’s Jam Halloween Bash and Barrel Race will be held on October 30, 2021.
  • The Upton Fire Department is collecting returnable cans and a portion of proceeds will be donated to the McDonnell family.

ERA Key’s Marlborough Office Donates $1,000 To Area Charities

The Marlborough office of ERA Key Realty Services has donated $500 each to a family that lost its home in a Worcester fire and to a charitable organization to help veterans.Donna Coffin

The donations, made through the ERA Key Charitable Trust, include $500 for Claribel Capeles and her family and $500 for

Capeles and her two sons were among 13 people who lost their home and their belongings on Sept. 19 during a fire at 18 Hitchcock Road, Worcester.

Run to Home Base, which is presented by Raytheon Technologies, raises funds to “provide groundbreaking clinical treatment for invisible wounds, such as post-traumatic stress and traumatic brain injury.” Runners and walkers finished Saturday’s event by crossing the home plate at Fenway Park, either virtually or in-person.

“Giving back to the community is an important value at ERA Key,” said Realtor Donna Coffin. “Helping a family recover from a personal tragedy and contributing to a charity to help those who served their country are two ways we’ve chosen to help.”


ERA Key Adds Kyriazis as Realtor in Auburn Office

Chris Kyriazis of Worcester has joined ERA Key as a Realtor in the Auburn office.Chris Kyriazis

He previously was a special education teacher with the Central Massachusetts Collaborative and Worcester Public Schools. Before that, he was an Account Executive and Mortgage Originator for Countrywide Financial in Worcester and Framingham.

He earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and his master’s degree from the Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology at Hellenic College in Brookline. He also holds a certificate of advanced graduate studies from American International College in Springfield.

“I became a Realtor for ERA Key, because to use my knowledge and experience to help people in my community,” Chris said. “Growing up in Worcester, my family always rented an apartment in someone else’s multi-family home. When I married 20 years ago, I was able to purchase a three-family home. Since then, I have personally bought and sold many single and multi-family homes, and it has been a rewarding experience.”