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Tracy Shea

Tracy Shea
Senior Sales Associate
Coldwell Banker

Achieving a consistent sales volume of more than $30 million per year, Senior Sales Associate Tracy Shea and two other top-producing agents formed the Shea, Rivkind & Bloodwell real estate team at Coldwell Banker last year. Having more than 40 years of combined experience in sales and rentals, they have since closed more than $70 million in business together and are Charlestown’s most productive team.

A member of the Greater Boston Real Estate Board, Shea was named a Coldwell Banker President’s Elite award winner in 2016, 2017 and 2018, placing her among the top 2 percent of sales agents worldwide. Real Trends also named her to its 2019 list of America’s Best Real Estate Professionals.

Shea specializes in the Charlestown and Navy Yard market, with extensive knowledge of the downtown market, where she has lived for 30 years. She works with first-time homebuyers, empty nesters, families and investors. “They love my honest approach to the process and know that I am very knowledgeable and tailor the process to their needs,” she says of her clients. “I am authentic and real. I think it’s important for all my clients to know that I have their best interests — financially and emotionally — at heart. I want to be their Realtor for life!”

Being a master negotiator is instrumental to Shea’s success. “I work at being more knowledgeable in my marketplace than others,” she says. “I make the whole process as enjoyable and stress-free as possible, because my clients know that I’m on top of it all for them.”

A former president of the Charlestown Mothers Association, Shea is also a founding board member at the Good Shepherd School. She and her husband, John, made the successful transition to empty nesting last year after her second daughter left for college. She enjoys traveling, boating, participating in boot camp classes, and, most importantly, taking time to relax and reset with her two girls and husband in Newport, Rhode Island.

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