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Martha Bohlin

Martha Bohlin
Broker Associate
Marty was ranked as the #1 real estate agent for listings and sales in the Dover-Sherborn area for 2013* Upon completion of her Undergraduate degree in Education, and her Masters degree in Counseling and Guidance, Martha “Marty” Whiteman Bohlin began a nine year teaching career working with special needs children in Connecticut and Massachusetts. During this time, she also acquired her real estate license and began her real estate career in her hometown of Fairfield, Connecticut. She joined the Dunlap Gallery of Homes on the Boston Post Road and sold properties throughout Fairfield County. With 11 moves of her own, including Zurich, Switzerland, Marty finally settled in Dover, Massachusetts in 1993, with her family and horses. She became very active with the various parent groups within the school system. As an avid equestrian, she was a member of Tanheath Hunt Club, and eventually became a member of Norfolk Hunt Club in 1994. She and her daughter, “evented” and “fox hunted” together. With the experience of moving so frequently and her equestrian background, Marty blended her knowledge and passion and incorporated it into the real estate community of Dover. She spent 12 years at Dover Country Properties and often earned the rank of the top selling and listing broker in the area. In 2012, Marty joined Landmark Residential, bringing with her twenty years of experience. She has brought with her at a solid background in all price ranges, from small 2 bedroom condos in Natick, a small seaside home in Marblehead, to a 40 acre equestrian property in Sherborn. Over the years, she has established a tremendous networking system with brokers from all over. She prides herself on maintaining a strong commitment to her clients as well as relationships in every aspect of her profession. In addition to her full time career at Landmark Residential, Marty is a member of the women’s group, The Round Table, in Chestnut Hill and she also founded the group, “Women In Transition.” Her passions include, family activities, skiing, training her German Shepard, and caring for her two retired horses. As a result of her commitment to service, experience and integrity, she continues to be successful in her career and the special friendships that have evolved. *According to the Greater Boston Real Estate Multiple Listing Service.