Principals Alitha Young, Broker Alitha's connection to Round Pond, ME, runs deep, having spent all her summers there during her formative years. Her appreciation for the charming old homes and stunning properties in the mid-coast region blossomed during this time. Following a successful career in accounting, where she ascended to the role of Chief Financial Officer at a commercial real estate lending company, Alitha and her husband embarked on a transformative journey in 2014—they purchased and meticulously renovated their family home in Round Pond.With a wealth of professional experience in contracts and negotiations, coupled with a keen eye for interior design and color expertise, Alitha is well-equipped to guide her clients. Whether preparing a home for sale or helping them envision their dream home in Maine, she brings a unique blend of skills to the real estate process. James Matel, Broker With a wealth of experience in buying, selling, and investing in real estate, Jim transitioned these lifelong passions into a thriving career four years ago. This profession perfectly aligns with his enthusiasm for engaging with people and making sound business decisions.Outside of facilitating real estate transactions, Jim enjoys sailing along the captivating Maine coast, exploring wooded trails, hitting the slopes at Sugarloaf, and savoring quality time with his family. Accompanying him on this journey are his wife of 34 years, Sarah, along with their sons Seward and Teddy, their tiger cat Clyde, and their lovable English Golden Retriever, Willa. Real Estate Agents Allison Brooks Allison Brooks is a dedicated Realtor. She adores helping her buyers and sellers reach their goals!Growing up in Jefferson, she was a graduate of Lincoln Academy, class of 1995. She lived abroad and in the Boston area for years before returning home with her family to enjoy Maine and all it has to offer!Allison volunteers at the Jefferson Area Community Food Pantry and has a passion for supporting local businesses and community needs. Wayne Farrin Wayne's roots trace back to South Bristol, where he attended Lincoln Academy before pursuing Marine Engineering at Southern Maine Vocational School. Following college, he married Lynn Chadwick and settled in Jefferson. Wayne spent 11 fulfilling years in the Merchant Marines, predominantly serving as First Engineer on east coast tankers and occasionally embarking on European voyages.Upon welcoming his two children, Caleb and Abby, Wayne transitioned to a shoreside career, entering the real estate realm in 1988 and eventually establishing and managing three successful companies. His final venture, Farrin Properties in Damariscotta, was a notable chapter in his accomplished career. On January 1st, 2023, Wayne passed the reins to Alitha and Jim, marking a significant milestone in the company's evolution. Scott Lund As a Midcoast Maine native, Scott has traversed the region's back roads, trails, and charming small towns during snowmobile, ATV, and motorcycle excursions, gaining a profound appreciation for what makes Maine a distinctive and desirable place to live and work. Drawing on these experiences, Scott offers valuable insights to assist both buyers and sellers in selecting properties in the Midcoast region.Furthermore, his extensive familiarity with the Maine coast includes significant sailing experience, allowing him to bring a unique perspective and understanding to the real estate landscape of this beautiful region. Heidi Straghan Heidi has been buying, selling, and renovating property since 1999 and became a Realtor in 2019. Her experience, combined with her low-key persona, provides calm and confidence to her clients as she walks them through the process of buying and/or selling property. She, her husband, and 2 children consider themselves to be lucky stewards of a beautiful farm and conservation property on the Medomak River in Waldoboro Maine. Jennifer Wood Jennifer’s mid-coast Maine roots go back to the 70’s, when her father and mother bought a house in Part Clyde. Her warmest recollections of time with family and raising three children, have centered on this beautiful part of the world. After living a life with her family that involved many different homes, from Lewiston, Maine to Paris, France, Auburn and Gardiner, Maine to the north shore of Chicago, Jennifer always imagined coming back to Maine, settling into a home on the mid-coast. To her delight, she and her husband David, have tucked into a beautiful farm right along the shores of the Medomac River, about a mile out of the Waldoboro downtown area. She is thrilled to join Alitha and Jim and all the team at Peninsula Properties. The natural beauty of this area, the warmth of the community, the history and tradition found in the local architecture is inspiring. Jodie McKenzie Harris Jody recently joined the real estate field after spending years working in the non-profit sector. During that time, she gained clear and effective communication skills, became proficient in fostering collaborations, and learned effective ways to accomplish goals, which she now applies to her real estate practice. A graduate of Smith College with dual degrees in anthropology and art history, Jody’s career led to work in museums and in land conservation. Jody resides in Round Pond and loves the sense of community within this small coastal village. She is involved in the local community in many ways, currently serves on two local boards: the Helping Hands of Round Pond, and Old Bristol Historical Society. In her free time, she enjoys hiking the trails in the outstanding local preserves, kayaking along the rocky shore and coastal islands, exploring all that Maine has to offer, tending her many gardens and spending time creating in her fiberarts studio. Brenda Moody I was born in Central Maine and raised my family in the town of Pittston, with my husband of 43 years. Raising our triplets here, I have learned the art of organizing my time and energy, which prepared me for a career in Real Estate for the past 24 years. This journey has taken me from the coast of Maine to its beautiful mountains.