A Greenwich resident for over 25 years, Karen Coxe's success in residential real estate is attributed to her professional and personal service. Always optimistic, she works tirelessly to earn her clients' respect and loyalty. Working full-time contributes to her knowledge of the current market conditions for both buyers and sellers. Karen has an uncanny ability to understand her buyers' needs, making their search process enjoyable and efficient. She earned her master's degree in education and has teaching experience in Greenwich schools, an asset which has proven to be beneficial for young families moving to Greenwich. On the sell side, Karen’s clients appreciate her keen sense of value and truthfulness.
Karen and her husband raised four children in Greenwich, attending both public and private schools in the community. Always active in community service, Karen has served as board president at Round Hill Nursery School, has had committee chair positions at Greenwich Academy and the Field Club of Greenwich and volunteers and attends Family Center and other community events. In addition, Karen is a board member for the Packard Center for ALS research at Johns Hopkins, hoping to help make a difference in either finding a cure or slowing the disease's progression. Karen’s other interest include tennis, golf and walking the town parks with family, friends and her black lab.