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Leanne Beliveau

 

Enthusiasm, knowledge, and transparency are my aim when working with sellers and buyers. I am fortunate to be working as part of a team (The Bitt and Beliveau Team) with Bob Bittelari, who has 30 plus years experience in the business. It truly is an honor to have the support system that Berkshire Hathaway Commonwealth, and this partnership, provides. They are equally delighted to be working with someone like me who is attentive to her client’s needs and wants, has unlimited energy and the desire to get the job done in a proficient, prompt, and professional manner. I know our community, schools, and resources, especially those in Brighton where I was a resident for 10 years. I am passionate about finding buyers the right homes for them where they will build many wonderful memories. 

I obtained a BS in psychology from Endicott College, as well as an MA in psychology from Brandeis University. I have outstanding people skills, am goal oriented and I pride myself on exceptional communication. I have been a competitive gymnast and gymnastics judge and it is my goal to bring the organization and caring as a nanny and the focus as a gymnast to my real estate career. I also have a three year old daughter Bellamy, who is cute, but fast.

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Reasons to Attend an Open House
Posted on 12/08/2019
Reasons to Attend an Open House
For homebuyers who want to do everything possible to discover their dream residences, it generally is a good idea to attend open houses. These events make it simple to analyze residences and determine whether they match or surpass your expectations. Ultimately, there are many reasons to attend an open house, and these include: 1. You can get a first-hand...
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How to Start Your Own Culinary Garden
Posted on 12/01/2019
How to Start Your Own Culinary Garden
If you're like many busy homeowners, you may not have a lot of time to cultivate a vegetable garden for the purpose of putting food on the family table. However, old-school culinary herb gardens are deceptively easy to grow, and they pull double duty by providing an exceedingly pleasing aesthetic. Not only do they add a flavorful element...
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Hardy House Plants That Won't Die
Posted on 11/24/2019
Hardy House Plants That Won't Die
Photo by Нонна Смелова via Pixabay Do you buy plants for your home – just to find them shriveled up and browning just a few short days later? You may be purchasing plants that require too much care – or that are known for being tricky to keep alive. Whether you’ve been cursed with a black thumb, have...
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Common Homebuying Questions and How to Respond to Them
Posted on 11/17/2019
Common Homebuying Questions and How to Respond to Them
If you plan to buy a house in the near future, you should try to map out the property buying journey. By doing so, you can identify any potential homebuying hurdles and resolve such issues. To better understand what to expect when you pursue your dream home, let's take a look at three key questions that every homebuyer needs...
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