Edie Boothby

Associate Broker


Background

  • BA American Studies, Cornell University
  • MA Columbia University, Teachers College
  • Real Estate Certification, ABR

Calling Maine Home

I moved to Maine in 1973 with husband John, a local neurologist, and raised three wonderful children, Julie, Kristen and John. We are now the proud grandparents of seven. We know how fortunate we were to have discovered this “gem” of a city and now I can help others to have the same experience.

Volunteerism / Community Involvement

I have enjoyed my many years of community service. This includes 6 years on the Falmouth School Board (2 years as chairwoman), the Falmouth Conservation Trust, Portland Symphony Orchestra’s Women’s Committee, Junior League of Portland and Trustee of the Falmouth Congregational Church.

Getting it Right

It has been so satisfying to find a career that I truly enjoy. I strive to excel in the service that I provide and really do care that I “get it right” for each of my clients. For consistent achievement in customer service, loyalty and trust, I have been honored with the “Preserving the Trust” award.

Preserving a Past

Working on our 1780’s farmhouse has been a continuing challenge, but I love to think that we have been preserving a piece of Maine history. When not working on “this old house,” I enjoy gardening, antiquing and the beautiful outdoors of Maine.

Testimonials

We want to say thanks for being so selfless, capable and friendly the past couple months. We know that you always selected that which was in our best interest as the sole principal for making a decision. Although we required what seemed to us a disproportionate amount of your time, you exhibited no trace of impatience and through your actions, let us know that you really did care that we get it right for our sake, without particular regard for your own vested interest. Quite remarkable! You were great, we felt that you were the best person to be representing us!

– The Bergeron Family

 

Edie, I will be forever grateful to you. The sale of my house was really crucial to my financial situation and it has had a big impact on my life. Who knew that your job could have such an important influence on people’s lives. Keep doing what you are doing! Your forever grateful friend.

– Nicky