Peggy Pratt Calle
Real Estate Broker and Certified Loss Mitigation Specialist
Century 21 North Shore
Peggy Pratt Calle has always had an entrepreneurial spirit, and even with 20 years of real estate experience, she hasn’t stopped striving for greater success. As a broker and certified loss mitigation specialist with Century 21 North Shore, Pratt Calle specializes in helping first-time homebuyers, homeowners in search of an upgrade and local investors. She primarily concentrates on properties in Revere, East Boston, Chelsea, Lynn, Everett and most of the North Shore.
Before making a name for herself in the industry, Pratt Calle had a wide variety of jobs — managing a bar, working at an insurance agency, hosting a weeknight radio show on WUNR-AM 1600, owning a clothing store, and opening her own bar and restaurant. None of these roles truly fulfilled her, though, so when she was offered the opportunity to do sales for a real estate broker, she made the leap. “He saw the sales potential and drive within me,” she says.
That real estate broker was right: During the last year alone, Pratt Calle started her own sales team within Century 21 North Shore and won a place in the Top 50 Latino Realtors in the Northeast by the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals. She will become president of the organization’s Boston chapter in 2018.
Pratt Calle has received the Century 21 Centurion Award from 2008-15 and earned membership into the company’s Centurion Honor Society. She has also been recognized as a top Realtor by the Revere Journal every year since 2014 and collected the Community Service Award from the City of Boston last year.
“I have mentored and trained many agents throughout my career,” she says. “I love sharing knowledge and lifting up my friends and peers.” Her passion and patience extends to her clients, and she never ceases working on their behalf and guiding them through the homebuying process every step of the way. “I love my clients, my career and the fact that I can create future wealth for families who may otherwise have not had the right tools or guidance,” she says.