Dana Whittaker is a licensed Broker, Senior Vice President and the Director of Brokerage Services with Legacy Properties Sotheby's International Realty, the #1 luxury real estate brokerage, in the state of Maine. Dana consults with agents on leveraging the global brand and network to grow market share with an elegant plan based on exceptional service and representation.
Before moving to Maine, Dana managed Pacific Sotheby's International Realty offices in Carlsbad, Encinitas and San Elijo Hills, California where she oversaw more than a billion dollars in residential sales. Legacy Properties Sotheby's International Realty is a natural fit, aligning with the mission:
To deliver the highest quality service, experience, and professionalism to buyer and seller clients through superior marketing, cutting-edge technology, and the best real estate professionals in Maine. To exceed the expectations of our clients and help them achieve extraordinary real estate results.
Twenty years in the real estate industry have taught her the importance of going the extra mile. After building an award-winning real estate team in Las Vegas, Nevada, Dana began coaching other teams and offices and expanded to Texas, Arizona and California. She acquired an Advanced Professional Coaching certificate after 4 years of training and has extensive experience in direct sales, client acquisition, team building, technical training and risk management while focusing on growth and culture. After obtaining a Broker license in California, she was chosen to be the Realtor Community Action Delegate with the North San Diego County Association of Realtors to promote and protect homeownership. She served two terms on the Board of Directors and held the Treasurer position for three years. In 2019 Dana received the Realtor Token of Gratitude for industry leadership and was nominated for Manager of the Year.
Dana enjoys traveling with her husband and two kids, volunteering time with non-profit organizations, a hot cup of coffee and being out on a trail or the water. After spending fifteen beautiful summers in Vacationland, they decided to plant roots and stay close to the family that has inhabited coastal Southern Maine for over 100 years.