Meghan’s dedication, guiding principles and worth ethic have helped to place her team within the top ranked agents for production ( #1 ) in the Philadelphia region as well as #3 in the United States. Meghan prides herself on her highly personalized service and attention to every detail throughout the transaction. The Main Line expert, Meghan is well-versed in negotiation and can help clients find properties to buy and create value in the properties they are selling.
Learning the A.B.C’s . . . .
Meghan is a graduate of Penn State University and received her masters degree from the University of Pennsylvania. A native of Doylestown in Bucks County, Meghan met her husband in Stone Harbor and they were married in Avalon, New Jersey. She began her career as a first grade teacher before “retiring” to start her family.
All Real Estate, All The Time
Even when she was a stay at home mom, Meghan was deeply involved in real estate. Meghan and her husband started a real estate investment and development company that owns or has developed property up and down the Main Line - from Wynnewood to Ardmore to Haverford and Wayne with a cumulative value of several hundred million dollars.
Outside the Office
When Meghan is not working, she is spending time with her family: her husband, Charlie, and her kids Grace, Henry, Will (and Matthew, who passed away in March 2021). Meghan is also a full-time mom and a part-time referee to her two “doodles” - Boomer the Labradoodle and Skye the Goldendoodle who see it as their mission in life to bark at everyone who walks by their home in Wayne. Meghan and her husband are very involved in their community. Meghan is a member of the Foundation Board of Lankenau Hospital and a Member of the Women’s Committee at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. In addition, Meghan and her husband co-founded a non-profit called The Music Is Love Foundation, which puts on musical events to raise money for pediatric medical charities. The foundation’s signature event is The Wayne Music Festival, which attracts over 10,000 spectators to downtown Wayne each year and raises thousands of dollars for charity.