For Sherry McCormack, real estate is about community. Whether community takes the form of a neighborhood, a school, a charity, a scout troop, salsa and country dancing groups, "community is what makes people feel at home in their home." "Real estate is my way to build our community for the future," Sherry says. "It is so meaningful to introduce new generations to properties that will be entrusted to their care and will be part of their legacy."
A 30+ year Malvern resident, Sherry maintains the lively "Welcome to Malvern PA" Facebook page packed with news about local art, history, and community events. At the core of Sherry’s community is Boy Scout Troop 76—a commitment she has pursued since 1996 with her husband, her sons, and many hundreds of scouts and their relatives. "These are such important relationships—for all of us," Sherry says."We share friendships, values, and history."
Born and raised in Richmond, Virginia, Sherry graduated from the University of Richmond and earned her real estate license in 1999. With an exceptional flair for technology,Sherry’s warm, people-centered real estate style is augmented by advanced Internet marketing and sophisticated social media, reaching today’s clients where they are looking first: online. Her partnership with Long & Foster Real Estate supports Sherry’s community-based networking, online and off, and affords her the opportunity to provide the most up-to-date services to sellers and buyers throughout Chester County.
Exceedingly responsive, with deep knowledge of the region’s neighborhoods and homes, Sherry is known for her ability to make clients comfortable, even during the most complex transactions. Says one client, "Sherry not only knows how to market homes and fiercely negotiate for her clients, she is the absolute best at making the whole process a fun experience."If you value community and have questions about real estate connect with Sherry today.