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Exploring Life & Business with Susan Pogue Winchester of The Pogue Group

Today we’d like to introduce you to Susan Pogue Winchester.

Hi Susan, so excited to have you with us today. What can you tell us about your story?
When I was 15, my mother started her career as a real estate agent. I would go with her to showing appointments, and I became her assistant during my summers home from college. I loved viewing properties (especially farms), scheduling appointments, and arranging closing gifts for her clients. My father also became an agent about ten years ago and is now a broker. I initially resisted getting my license, and I pursued a career in environmental consulting. I worked in the commercial side of real estate by performing due diligence and risk assessments for commercial real estate transactions. Finally realizing how much I love the industry, I decided to join them, and I’ve been an agent since 2017.

Together, we are The Pogue Group of Town and Country Realtors.

Can you talk to us a bit about the challenges and lessons you’ve learned along the way. Looking back would you say it’s been easy or smooth in retrospect?
As with most careers, there have been plenty of challenges along the way. When I initially became an agent, I was still working full-time in consulting and serving on several non-profit boards. It was hard to find balance at first, but I had lots of support from my friends and family. Working with family can also present its own struggles. We work hard to set boundaries between our personal lives and what happens in real estate.

Thanks – so what else should our readers know about The Pogue Group of Town and Country Realtors ?
We are a team of real estate agents with Town and Country Realtors. We work in land/farms, residential, and commercial properties. We are committed to providing guidance throughout the entire process of buying or selling your home, farm, or land. With years of experience in all aspects of real estate, we are skilled in navigating through the many steps of each and every transaction. Our focus is on you and your smooth, successful experience.

The crisis has affected us all in different ways. How has it affected you and any important lessons or epiphanies you can share with us?
Home is everything. Never before have people collectively spent this much time at home, and it has really made them rethink their priorities and what is important in a home.

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