Anne Marie Hannon , Realtor ®

Residential Sales Agent
Office: 617-868-3200 x 106

Anne Marie has been with our company as a Residential Sales Associate since 2005.  She received her undergraduate degree from Boston College and her MBA in Accounting at Bentley College.

Anne Marie’s engaging manner, positve outlook and calm patience are powerful characteristics
when guiding her clients through the exciting but sometimes overwhelming  process of finding or selling a home.  Her accounting education and previous career in finance have proven a distinct advantage in successfully assisting clients through the buying and selling process.

Anne Marie is currently a resident of Winchester, but she has lived and worked in many of the surrounding communities. She is currently involved in the local church, school, and other community activities.


  • Greater Boston Real Estate Board
  • Massachusetts Association of Realtors
  • National Association of Realtors
  • MLS Property Information Network, Inc.



“Our agent, Anne Marie Hannon, brought all her vast negotiating expertise, business acumen and most importantly for us, her desire and patience for us  to find the perfect “forever home” for our family.  We’ve recommended her on many occasions.”

                                                                                                                                          – Stephanie T.

“Our search for a home expanded over several months and Anne Marie Hannon was not only very patient throughout the entire period but was fully committed to helping us find a home in our preferred neighborhood and we are extremely happy with our home purchase.  C. Brendan Noonan & Co. also recommended professionals we could work with during the home purchase process.   I would highly recommend using  this boutique firm, C. Brendan Noonan & Co., that puts their customers first.”

                                                                                                                                            – Hepzi F.

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