As a real estate broker with 25+ years of experience and consistently a top-producing agent, Bonny is expert in the marketing and sale of properties, ranging from condominiums to multi-million dollar homes to new development projects. She is a vice president with Compass, the premier real estate office in Cambridge located in Harvard Square (and previously, Vice President at Hammond Real Estate). Her can-do style and hi-tech/hi-touch approach have earned her rave reviews from her clients.
Bonny’s background in art and design provides an added benefit to Sellers and Buyers by envisioning a more pleasing environment to help facilitate the sale of a property or by suggesting ways a Buyer could redesign a house under consideration. When preparing a house for its market debut, Bonny is able to accomplish impressive transformations in a very short time, with as little ado as possible, resulting in the best financial return for Sellers.
Because of Bonny’s service-oriented style, 90% of her business comes from previous Buyers and Sellers and the referrals they so generously send to her. Her success is based on 3 goals: to be as professional, ethical and efficient as possible; to have silky smooth transactions; and to exceed her client’s expectations.
As a long-time resident of Cambridge, Bonny is very active in the community, serving or having served on a number of committees and boards of nonprofit organizations. Because of her background in art and art history, she is involved in the local arts scene and was a member of the Leadership Committee to help fund the Maud Morgan Visual Arts Center; a member of the Gala Committee of the Boston Landmarks Orchestra for their annual Gala fundraisers; and is a member of the annual Gala Committee of the Longy School of Music of Bard College. Bonny is active in the Cambridge Chamber of Commerce and serves on their Women in Business and Government Affairs Committees; sponsors the Cambridge Public Library’s bi-annual Secret Garden tour and Paddy’s Cambridge Classic 5K; supports Arts for Humanity, Next Step, and the Cambridge Jazz Festival; and was a long-time board member of Cambridge Community Services and on their Building and Financial Committees.