- Megan has sold over $30 million of real estate
- Megan is a native of Oviedo
- The longest it has ever taken Megan to find someone a home is 23 months
- The fastest she’s found someone a home is 6 hours
- Megan worked with twice as many buyers as sellers from 2008 through 2016
- The least expensive home Megan has sold was $12,000
- The biggest deal Megan has brokered was $1.5 million
- Megan once attended 4 closings in 24 hours, with 3 sets of clients.
- The weirdest thing Megan has ever seen in a house is a floor to ceiling pole in the master bedroom
- Both of Megan’s kids were out showing houses with her by 3 weeks of age
- Megan is an attorney
Megan is a native of Oviedo who attended Lawton Elementary, Jackson Heights Middle School, Oviedo High and Seminole State College. She was involved in everything from 4H to NJROTC. Though enrolled for a time at UCF, she ultimately graduated with a B.A. from the University of Notre Dame, then a J.D. from the University of Florida.
Her first real job was with Oviedo-based Whitemark Homes (which built homes in both Oviedo and Winter Springs). She has also worked in the Real Estate Investment office at MIT and at as the marketing director of J. Calnan & Associates, a Boston-based construction management firm that was voted one of the 10 fastest growing companies in the nation. From there, she went on to serve as a reporter, then editor, of a local newspaper.
Voted one of the top 3 agents in East Seminole County in for four years in a row in the Ovations Awards (an honor overseen by the Oviedo-Winter Springs Regional Chamber of Commerce and Seminole Voice Newspaper), Megan is also a member of the Florida Bar, the Oviedo-Winter Springs Regional Chamber of Commerce, the National Association of REALTORS®, the Florida Association of REALTORS®, and several other trade organizations. Former board member of the Carroll-McKinney Foundation for Public Media and the GFWC Oviedo Woman’s Club, she is currently a serving a term as a member of Oviedo’s City Council and is founder and board member of The Oviedo Preservation Project, which was named Non-Profit of the Year in 2014 by the Oviedo-Winter Springs Regional Chamber of Commerce.