Ann Olmstead

Ann Olmstead


  • Cell: 978-621-3579
  • Office: 978-499-8808
  • Office Location: Newburyport

About Ann Olmstead

Ann hesitates to write how long she has been in Real Estate in this area, but suffice it to say, she has many years of experience. In her first year in Real Estate Ann sold several houses for over $100,000 (a very large sum at that time!) and was the second highest Broker in the then most successful office in Newburyport. Ann also owned her own Real Estate business, Olmstead and Associates, for 5 years and learned much from this. Ann has always worked with the best Brokerage house in Newburyport, and feels very strongly about RE/MAX On the River’s wonderful commitment to the highest level of Real Estate in this community.

Ann enjoys people from all parts of the world and walks of life – remembering a lovely family who had inherited $5,000 and managed to find a sweet home for them and their 5 children. Ann sold a gorgeous Brick Federal with waterfrontage and acreage to an author who had grown up in England, where Ann also grew up. Looking over her career she wonders at all the beautiful architecture that this area offers and has sold many historically significant properties. Ann knows the North Shore well and is happy to represent Buyers and Sellers for approximately a 20 mile radius from Newburyport.

Ann remembers at the closing for another family that the Buyer said to her that “she was the only Broker who stuck with them!” Those Buyers are still happily in the same home.

Ann has embraced technology but prefers to hear people’s voices, so she is always available by phone. Ann listens!

Accomplishments and Affiliations:

  • Former board member of the Professional Standards Committee and Advertising Committee of the Greater Newburyport Association of Realtors.
  • Member of the Greater Newburyport Association of Realtors, the Massachusetts Association of Realtors, and the National Association of Realtors
  • Member of the AMC, Sierra Club, Newburyport Chamber of Commerce, National Preservation Trust, Amesbury Improvement Association, the Bartlett Museum, the Newburyport Customs Maritime Museum, and Friend of Amesbury Public Library