As regional manager and principal with LandVest, Terry Sortwell manages the sale of distinctive coastal properties from Boothbay to the Blue Hill Peninsula (including the islands of Penobscot Bay and Muscongus Bay). Terry is a skilled negotiator and an experienced broker with a high level of knowledge about Maine coast real estate. Terry specializes in complex properties, such as those with conservation easements, zoning or deed restrictions, sensitive environmental issues, and multigenerational ownership.
Terry has achieved notable sales in the region for such clients as The Nature Conservancy, Harvard Management Company, Johns Hopkins University, Fiduciary Trust Company, Bank of America, and many families and individuals. With sales totaling over $200,000,000 to date, Terry was LandVest's top producer in 2003 and has completed a number of record sales along the Maine coast.
Prior Experience and Activities: Terry has been a real estate broker since 1984 and joined LandVest in 1994 when he established LandVest's Camden office. Terry's family ties to Maine date back to the founding of the town of Wiscasset, and while growing up he spent his summers cruising the Maine coast. Terry moved to Camden in 1979 with his wife, Melinda. They have two grown children. He is an avid tennis player and a capable seaman with extensive experience exploring (for work and for pleasure) the waters of coastal Maine. His 38-foot Holland lobster yacht enables him to reach and showcase island and waterfront properties with ease.
Education: St. Paul’s School and Rutgers University
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