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The Currier Difference

Barbara Currier has lived in Cambridge since 1976, and raised four children in the city with her husband and Massachusetts native, Richard Currier. Her experiences as a resident and a parent have informed her business life, enhancing her local connections and understanding at a personal level of all aspects of life in Cambridge. She quickly established herself as one of the city’s top brokers not only because of her business acumen, but also because of her personal enthusiasm and attention to detail. The approach benefits clients by combining uncompromised attention to detail with unfailing follow through.

The Team

Barbara Currier

Has represented fine properties in Cambridge and the surrounding areas for four decades.
A resident of Cambridge since 1976, she combines vast real estate experience and knowledge with invaluable community insights. Barbara has received numerous awards and recognition including the prestigious 25 Leaders Making a Difference award from Bankers and Tradesmen. Barbara loves to cook, is passionate about music and enjoys spending time with her husband Richard, their four grown children and grandchildren. Her ability to combine real estate know-how with an unwavering focus on the customer has rewarded her with a strong repeat and referral client network. Barbara’s engaging, energetic approach makes even the most challenging home buying situations seem effortless. A full-service real estate professional, Barbara attends showings, stages and organizes open houses, and covers every detail for the sales and closings process. Barbara and Team Currier: husband, Richard, David & Carol strive to build long-term client relationships and help families see the home of their dreams.

Richard Currier

Since 1977, Richard has brought a wealth of real estate experience to Team Currier. A former teacher at both Belmont Day School and the American School in St. Cloud, France he has always been drawn to real estate. During his teaching years, he purchased two triple deckers (three family homes) and spent weekends, holidays and vacations renovating. With his keen interest in teaching and education, Richard especially enjoys working with people who appreciate the guiding advice of someone who can help alleviate the stress of buying or selling a home. Richard partners with his wife Barbara and the other members of the team to educate clients on the finer points of buying and selling property. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with Barbara, four grown children and nine grandchildren as well as walking around Fresh Pond with his Border Terrier, Chester.

Sally Cousins

Sally Cousins is currently a Partner in the Currier Team, Cambridge’s leading real estate professionals. Sally has experience in both real estate sales and in management. Starting her career back in 2005, Sally soon became an established name in the marketplace. She managed the Cambridge Coldwell Banker office over an eight-year period, growing the business to be one of the top offices in the North East and internationally with over 90 agents. Her professionalism, integrity, and knowledge of the business provide her clients a sound foundation upon which to make informed decisions about their real estate purchases and sales. Vital to being a successful agent is knowing the local market and keeping pace with changing conditions. Any sale or purchase requires in-depth research, and Sally will make sure you feel 100% comfortable on the decision you are about to make. Originally from the UK, Sally knows first-hand what a stressful time moving can be. This can be minimized by working with a professional with the right knowledge and experience – whether you are moving across the country, across the state or within the same city, Sally will be with you every step of the way. Her problem solving, marketing and negotiating skills will help you achieve the best result. Sally is a proud committee member of Home for Little Wanderers. She also supports the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation’s work on bipolar disorder. Any free time is spent sailing in and around Massachusetts Bay, as well as the odd trip to the Caribbean. Long woodland and coastal walks are another way that Sally likes to wind down.

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