Kathryn Halley, Senior Associate

Hammond Residential


With an impressive 23 years of real estate experience under her belt in the Greater Boston area, Kathryn Halley’s path to becoming a real estate powerhouse was paved with achievements in various fields. After earning her MBA from Harvard Business School, she spent eight years in the corporate world as a management consultant, catering to a diverse array of companies. “This experience honed my analytical and marketing skills, strategic approach, outstanding service and strong work ethic,” she says. These qualities have been instrumental in driving Halley’s success in real estate since 2001.

What sets Halley apart in an industry teeming with talent? It’s a unique combination of knowledge, focus, discipline, patience and an ability to connect with people. “From marketing single-family homes and condominiums, to working with developers on all stages of new construction, to helping buyers find their right home, I am passionate about helping my clients fulfill their real estate aspirations.” Halley is a results-driven real estate broker with extensive experience in the Boston area. Her clients continue to seek her counsel over time and enthusiastically refer her to their family and friends.

Beyond her professional endeavors, Halley’s personal achievements and community involvement add layers to her resume. An endowed scholar-athlete during her undergraduate years at Northwestern University, she garnered accolades as a three-time Division I All-American and competed on the U.S. Women’s field hockey team. Her induction into Northwestern’s Athletic Hall of Fame underscores her exceptional dedication and talent.

With ties to the Brookline community that span more than three decades, Halley enjoys all that Boston has to offer. “When I’m not working, you can find me romping through the woods with my family and our black lab, Winnie, enjoying dinner or a game of cards with friends or exploring all that our wonderful city has to offer.”

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