New England Real Estate Company welcomes Sandy Cox back as Designated Broker for Maine

Sun, 11/08/2020 - 7:15pm

The New England Real Estate Company said Nov. 4 that Sandy Cox, of Camden, is its newest member of its senior management team and Designated Broker for the state of Maine.

A lifelong resident of Camden, Cox was previously an executive at MBNA before entering the real estate profession in 2003 with Greene Keefe Real Estate. He then became a broker with Jaret & Cohn Real Estate and opened up the Windjammer Realty company in 2005, achieving the Number 1 position in the Midcoast for residential units sold in 2005. He still holds the honor of that position.

Cox was previously with The New England Real Estate Company from 2013 to 2018 and was most recently with the management team at the Masiello Group with Better Homes and Gardens in Rockland.

Cox served on Camden Zoning Board of Appeals for eight years, and for five years, was director of the Camden Area YMCA.  He also served as president of the Rockland Golf Club for six years as an active board member.

He also was past president of Camden's West Bay Rotary Club; past director of the Pen Bay Chamber of Commerce and past treasurer and past president of the Midcoast Board of Realtors. 

In February 2016, Cox was honored and named “Community Person of the Year” by his fellow community members of the Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber of Commerce. Cox lives in Camden with his wife, Michelle.

“I am so excited to be coming back to help lead our growth with Lisa Decker Griffith, our Managing Broker and A. Flint Decker, our president and Founder at The New England Real Estate Company and to help take our brokerage to the next level,” said Cox, in a news release “We will be doing this by adding new agents and by deploying new real estate technology, marketing and concierge services for our growing list of clients and professional agents in Midcoast, Maine.”

Founded December 1, 2011, The New England Real Estate Company is a locally owned company with offices at 98 Elm Street, in Camden.