About

Dee Dee More.Always going the extra mile.

Why Real Estate? In 1994 I designed my own home and my interest in residential properties and the various parts that come together to form a quality home, began. My career in Real Estate started in 2002, but before I began my Real Estate career, I received my B.S and M.S. degrees in Speech-Language Pathology. Providing one on one therapy in this field shaped me into an excellent communicator, listener, observer, and negotiator. I do my best to make the process of buying and selling real estate less stressful for my clients. My real estate clients become part of my extended family and the relationships that are developed cross over into every day life, not just part of a single transaction.

Fairfield County, Connecticut has been my life long playground, where I was raised and have raised my kids, experienced excellent public schools, played hours and hours of tennis, walked the beautiful beaches, hiked and cross country skied in the amazing preserves, shopped at a variety of stores and dined in the many great restaurants. I am passionate about Fairfield County and always knew that I would never leave this area, because I truly believe it has everything to offer.

Although I have spent my entire childhood in Easton and have lived in Fairfield for 23 years, I am extremely familiar with much of Fairfield County. I have been a part of real estate transactions in Norwalk, Weston, Westport, Fairfield, Easton, Trumbull, Stratford and Milford.

My buyer clients receive personal service from the time I am contacted until the closing. I am tech savvy and an avid believer in quick response time. I will be there diligently to educate you on the process of purchasing a home, be your source of the source, schedule your showings and provide you with the knowledge you will need to make, what will be one of the biggest investments of your life. When you search for a home with me, I do my best to make sure that your choices are sound investments. My main concern is always re-sale, because it is my job to protect you as much as possible. A good deal doesnt always mean the right deal, because it could prove to be a very difficult deal down the road.