Deborah Fletcher is a real estate professional in Marin County with over 30 years’ experience. She is hardworking, knowledgeable, dependable, affable and trustworthy.
“Mike and I want to thank you for helping us navigate the selling of our lovely home in Sausalito. We have no doubt that the ten offers we received were due in large part to your expert guidance in helping us prepare our home for sale. We sincerely appreciated your referrals for highly skilled and dependable professionals to put the finishing touches on our home, including the painters, the stager, and the landscape architect, all of whom made our home look absolutely beautiful. You are a consummate professional and we are grateful that you were our listing agent.”– Cari and Mike Waters
Originally from Connecticut, Deborah attended Cardinal Cushing College in Brookline, Massachusetts. After graduating college, she was an international flight attendant and lived in many parts of the world.
Deborah has always been passionate about real estate. After spanning the globe with World Airways, Deborah made the transition to a full time Realtor. She purchased and successfully ran her own real estate company, called Metes and Bounds, Inc., in Sausalito with her business partner. At her company, Deborah was the Broker of Record for 25 years. In 2008, Metes & Bounds merged with Decker Bullock Sotheby’s International Realty, where she continues her successful real estate career as a full time agent and broker associate. As a member of the exclusive Marin County Top Agent Network (TAN) and The Platinum Group, Deborah has visibility to properties before they come on the market and properties that are for sale off-market. Whether you are selling or buying, Deborah is a hands-on agent with attention to detail. She has a wealth of knowledge of each Marin town including the different school districts, micro climates and community amenities.
Deborah is a longtime Mill Valley homeowner, where she loves to entertain family and friends, golf, swim and cook. And of course, travel continues to be a central part of her life.