About Mallett Real Estate
MALLETT REAL ESTATE - DOVER’S HOME TOWN AGENCY
Being in the Real Estate Business for forty-seven years is the best thing in the world, say Neil and Patsy Mallett of Mallett Real Estate. The personal commitment of the Malletts and their agents plus the fact that the owners are in the store each and every day are what make this agency successful.
Pauline Mallett, Neil’s mother, launched the business in 1967, being one of the two first women in Piscataquis County to become licensed real estate brokers. Forty-seven years later, Neil and Patsy Mallett continue to operate the business out of their North Street office, providing the same personal service to their customers and clients that has made the business a success for so long.
Neil and Patsy pride themselves in the fact that their company is unique in this world of real estate today. While real estate, the profession, has changed over the years, they still follow the same rules that make anybody successful in business. Honesty, sincerity, integrity and personal involvement in every transaction from beginning to end. Most importantly, they do what they do well, and, in the final analysis, experience counts more than anything else.
During the last four decades, the Malletts have seen many changes in both the business and the community. Not only have things gotten more complex with advertising, marketing, the Internet and financing, but the agency is busier now than at any other time in their career. Over the years, Neil and Patsy have been joined in the business by a sales force of experienced and talented brokers and sales agents who share in the company’s philosophy of hard work. Gilman Glover, Walter Boomsma, Laurie Mallett and Julie Mallett each has brought to Mallett Real Estate his or her own special experiences and talents in providing the very best in service to their clients and customers.
It is their reputation and stability that has set Mallett Real Estate apart. “We value that above all else and really appreciate return customers because we know they must have been happy with our work. The main thing is, it has never seemed like a job to us,” explained Patsy Mallett, “To us, it seems like fun.”