Ann Matteson's objective is to market properties and assist buyers utilizing professional ethics, organizational skills and enthusiasm. She has expertise earned from growing up in Raleigh and her many years of experience working in the Triangle real estate market. A consistent top producer, Ann personally handles all of her transactions. She has assisted in the sales and marketing of numerous subdivisions making her knowledgeable about the new construction process from the initial design to the final punch list.
AWARDS AND AFFILIATION
Earning recognition for her success, Ann has been inducted into the exclusive Luxury Home Marketing Group, which is limited to 14 top-producing women in Wake County. She has also received the Previews Property Specialist award for marketing high-end homes, several Major Achievements in Marketing and Excellence (MAME) awards for new home sales from the Home Builders Association, as well as the Diamond Award from her previous employer Coldwell Banker, which is given to the top six percent of their agents nationwide. Her affiliations include the Raleigh Regional Association of Realtors, the Triangle Multiple Listing Service and the National Association of Realtors.
Ann has been in real estate since graduating from Salem College in 1979 where she earned degrees in economics-management and sociology. She attended St. Timothy's School and Saint Mary's School here in Raleigh prior to college. Ann swam competitively and showed horses in the Hunter/Jumper divisions. She spent many summers at Camp Seafarer as a camper and then as a motorboating counselor.
Community service is an important aspect of Ann's life. She has served on numerous boards such as the Saint Mary's School and Ravenscroft School Parent Boards, the Alice Aycock Poe Center for Health Education, and the Duke Children's Hospital Horse Show Board. Ann and her husband, Glenn, chaired the Saint Mary's Annual Fund in 2006 and raised over $1 million for the school. She is a former Sunday School teacher, Colony Care Leader and an usher for her church.