Luxury Homes and Real Estate - Sotheby’s International Realty

Santa Fe, New Mexico

Abigail Davidson

Abigail Davidson is a full-time real estate professional with Sotheby's International Realty in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Born in Brookline, Massachusetts, Abigail attended Choate Rosemary Hall and the University of California at Berkeley.

Ms. Davidson has earned several higher designations in her field to be of better service to her clientele, including the CRS Council of Residential Specialists, a rigorous ongoing education obtained by only 4% of realtors nationally and focused on listing, marketing and selling residential properties with maximum success and satisfaction of clients. She is also an ABR Accredited Buyer Representative, training in representing buyers' interests exclusively, and a SRES Senior Residential Specialist, beneficial to baby boomers and individuals over 55 who have special considerations when selling or purchasing properties. These include, but are not limited to, selection of second homes, estate and tax issues, health concerns, access and livable space configuration as one ages, as well as buying a dream home or preparing to downsize. She is a CLHMS Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist, awarded by the Institute of Luxury Home Marketing to brokers who have demonstrated special competencies in the upper-tier market. In addition, she is a CNE Certified Negotiating Expert, with training in collaborative negotiation techniques by one of the top negotiating experts in the United States. The specifically crafted coursework for real estate professionals includes negotiating contracts, inspections and all aspects of the real estate transaction.

Abigail has been involved in the Santa Fe community for 15 years and has served on the Board of Directors of the Santa Fe Animal Shelter, Animal Protection of New Mexico, Temple Beit Tikva and Buckaroo Ball. She has been actively involved in committees benefiting the American Cancer Society, the National Dance Institute and State of Israel Bonds, and was part of the ad-hoc committee that rewrote the current animal services ordinances for the City of Santa Fe.

She enjoys her two rescued Akita dogs, the Santa Fe outdoors, good friends, painting watercolors and needlepoint.