, Gloucester, MA


February 19, 2013

Business briefcase

Feener earns

broker’s license

Mary-Ellen L. Feener, a sales associate in the Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage office in Manchester, has earned her real estate broker’s license by undergoing extensive real estate training, education and passing the state exam.

“Mary-Ellen has been affiliated with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage for five and half years” said Alyson O’Hara, sales manager of the Coldwell Banker office in Manchester, in a statement. “During that time, she has demonstrated the highest professional standards and a dedication to satisfying the needs of her clients.”

In addition to obtaining her broker’s license, Feener has earned the industry designation of certified home marketing specialist. She has been working in the real estate field for more than 10 years, first as an appraiser trainee and then as a sales agent.

A fourth generation and life-long resident of Gloucester, Feener serves real estate clients all over the North Shore.

Cutler joins Barrett’s Manchester office

Realtor Alle Cutler has joined J Barrett & Company in its Manchester office.

The Beverly resident has been a full-time Realtor since 2006. Prior to her career in real estate, Cutler worked for 15-plus years in sales, marketing and brand licensing in New York, Rhode Island and California for companies including Hasbro, Random House, and Harcourt Brace. Born in Mexico City, she spent her childhood in Miami, Fla., and Wolfeboro, N.H., and has lived on the North Shore for 10 years and is a passionate advocate of the area.

“We are very excited that Alle is now part of our team,” said Jon Gray, president, in a statement. “Her knowledge of the industry plus her skills and abilities are invaluable assets to our company and to all our clients.”

J Barrett, which has 98 agents in six offices, opened its downtown Marblehead office at 56 Atlantic Ave. earlier this month.

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