Business: Top RE Broker Joins New RE/MAX Office in Belmont [VIDEO]

Photo: Anne Mahon.

Anne Mahon, a top producing real estate agent in her hometown of Belmont has joined RE/MAX Leading Edge in the franchise’s new location at 84 Leonard St in Belmont Center.

“When I heard RE/MAX Leading Edge was expanding its footprint in Belmont and Cambridge, I knew I had found my new home,” said Mahon. 

Recently Century 21’s leading broker in Massachusetts, Anne brings experience, knowledge and passion to RE/MAX Leading Edge.

“Anne Mahon and I have been friends for many years,” said Linda O’Koniewski, CEO of RE/MAX Leading Edge.

“I knew the first moment I met her, we were soul mates. Anne puts her clients first. Whether she is working with buyers or sellers, every decision she makes is based on what’s best for her client. She puts our philosophy in practice with every transaction and because of that we are thrilled to have Anne in our organization,” said O’Koniewski.

Having worked in the real estate brokerage for only five years, Anne has experienced tremendous success in her short tenure. During her time with Century 21 Adams Arlington, Anne was awarded the top agent in New England, top nine in the U.S. and one of the most influential real estate agents in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In addition, Anne is an international speaker and trainer on how to reach success and perform customer service at the highest level.  She has been recognized by the Boston Globe as one of the top real estate professionals in Greater Boston.

“Now that I am part of an organization that has 13 locations, I have the advantage of meeting my clients anywhere and anytime. Part of my rationale for joining this particular office was that I saw a team of tremendous agents that transact more than real estate; they give back in a big way to our community here in Belmont. We are more than just real estate agents, we are ambassadors of our beautiful Belmont community,” said Mahon.

Anne is an active member of the Belmont community and feels passionate about ensuring everyone has an opportunity to succeed. She’s was recently elected to the town’s Housing Authority, is a Town Meeting Member and has led the Butler Elementary’s PTA. She works with the Belmont Boosters, the  Foundation for Belmont Education, Belmont Food Pantry, is a supporter of the construction of a community Bike Path and currently chair of the Belmont Democratic Committee.  

For more information about Anne, visit or call at 617-990-7660.

Founded in 2001, RE/MAX Leading Edge has grown to more than 200 sales professionals and serves the communities of Arlington, Back Bay, Belmont, Cambridge, Lexington, Lynnfield, Melrose, Newton, Reading, Somerville, Wakefield, Watertown and Winchester. The Company is the highest-producing RE/MAX office in New England and fourth largest real estate firm in Massachusetts.

Mahon Eyes School Committee Run? It’s On Facebook

After returning from a triumphal business tour of Portugal, Anne Mahon has told her nearly 1,350 internet friends she is ready to possibly run for Belmont School Committee.

The well-known Precinct 4 Town Meeting member, Democrat activist and successful real estate broker wrote on her Facebook account Sunday, Oct. 13 that she is interested in vying for one of the three seats – two will be full, three-year terms and the other two years due to the resignation of current member Kevin Cunningham – being contested in the April 2015 Town Election.

“I know I’m REALLY busy with real estate, but I’m thinking about running for School Committee in Belmont,” wrote Mahon who in the past fortnight was a featured speaker and presenter at a Century 21 convention for real estate sales people in Portugal. 

“Everybody knows I love and support the Belmont public schools and I think it could really use a cheerleader at those Warrant Committee meetings. Would you turkeys be willing to help me get elected? because I don’t have much time for the door to door campaigning,” said Mahon. 

This would be Mah0n’s second attempt at town-wide office; in 2010, she finished third for a seat on the Board of Selectmen, finishing behind winner Mark Paolillo and then incumbent Daniel LeClerc.

As of 5 a.m., Monday, Oct. 14, Mahon received 14 “likes” to her post.