Carl Guild & Associates, “The Future of Real Estate,” has announced that real estate professional Emily Cyr has joined the brokerage.
Carl Guild & Associates is a full-service, independent real estate brokerage based in East Hampton, Conn. that services clients throughout the Central Connecticut region. A former teacher, Emily brings an educator’s perspective to the process of buying and selling homes, supporting her clients every step of the way.
“We are so happy to have Emily join our team, she will be an incredible agent! Her extensive background in the ever-evolving Education field will be a great asset as she transitions to the Real Estate world,” says Carl Guild, broker/owner of Carl Guild & Associates. “I am confident she will make her clients feel secure knowing she has their back all throughout their journey. Congratulations Emily, welcome to the CGA family!”
A lifelong resident of Connecticut, Emily has both lived and taught in a variety of towns across the state, and is well-versed in the elements that make each community unique. She has a special interest in traditional New England architecture, and loves homes with historical charm and classic details.
In 2018, Emily, along with her husband and three children, sold her home in South Windsor and moved to Hebron. It was that experience that first sparked her interest in transitioning to a career in real estate. “Being simultaneously engaged in two real estate transactions, all while caring for three small children, definitely created some unique challenges,” Emily says. “That experience made me realize just how indispensable the role of the real estate agent is in the process. Buying or selling a home is one of the most important things you’ll do in your life, and that’s why it is so essential to have a real estate professional in your corner who truly understands the sheer importance of this major life event.”
Coming from the field of education both as a high school English teacher and a school reading interventionist, Emily is excited about the ways in which her teaching background will help her to provide the best possible support for her clients. “As a teacher, I quickly learned that each and every student has his or her own unique needs,” she says. “One of the most important parts of my job was identifying those needs, and then tailoring my instruction to meet them. I see my work with real estate clients in much the same way — each client is unique, and my role is to figure out how best to serve them.”
Emily counts herself fortunate for finding a brokerage that aligns so closely with her own beliefs and approaches. “As soon as I met with Carl Guild and learned about the brokerage, I knew that it would be a great fit,” she says. “Building relationships, providing quality service, and making a positive impact on the community are some of the guiding principles of CGA, and that’s exactly the type of company I wanted to be a part of.”