Foster-Healey Leominster Office
Dylan is a recent college graduate of Southern New Hampshire University where he proudly earned his B.S. in Small Business Management with a minor in Marketing. He initially started at Fitchburg State University before taking on a full-time career in banking.
As a student at Montachusett Regional Vocational High School he learned finish carpentry. During his last two years he utilized a co-op program where he worked in a woodshop and learned to build and finish high quality work with strict attention to detail. After high school he was pressing for something more and always up for a challenge to learn something new, Dylan took a job as a bank teller while starting classes at Fitchburg State University. Only a little while later he took on a larger challenge at a local bank where he implemented and maintained electronic banking software, worked on teams to complete goals and communicate effectively.
Dylan’s mother, Jennifer has been the administrative assistant for Foster-Healey Real Estate for the last 18 years and one day, shortly after finishing his degree, while he was visiting his mother, he realized that combining his love of carpentry, knowledge in banking and his customer service skills, that real estate would be the perfect fit. It wasn’t long until Dylan would then take his real estate courses and exam and begin his career in real estate. He is enjoying working with his mother and keeping Foster-Healey in the family.
His real estate career has taken off with a successful bang as Dylan has already helped many people find their perfect home and /or successfully sell the one they currently live in. He has already compiled an impressive customer list and would love to help you with all your real estate needs.
Dylan currently lives in West Fitchburg with his dog Trent and in his spare time he enjoys four wheeling, yard work and being involved in the local political scene.
You can trust in Dylan to be your advocate while working with him to buy or sell your home. His goal is too ensure this experience is a positive one with your needs and wants as his #1 priority.