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As their real estate advocate since 1998, Oliver Muldoon’s clients have benefitted from his willingness to go the extra mile to ensure their interests are protected to the maximum extent possible. Following his motto, “Clients’ needs come first,” Oliver starts by showing how best to enhance a buyer or sellers’ position, from the start of the process, through the sometimes-sticky negotiations and on to a successful conclusion. His “Miranda Notice to Buyers” and “Miranda Notice to Sellers” have become well-known in his ever-growing circle of satisfied clients - at this point they’re more like friends.
Previously with Jack Conway Realtor and RE/MAX in Falmouth, Oliver was top
producer for six out of his seven years with Jack Conway. Prior to that, his 22+ years as a military aviation meteorologist honed his organizational computer skills, putting a premium on cutting through to the vital issues at stake in each situation. This experience has been to the subsequent great advantage of his clients. As a real estate consultant, Oliver never presumes anything and makes every effort to assemble the best possible information to enable the client – whether buyer or seller – to make a truly informed GO/NOGO decision. His many positive feedback notes from happy clients attest to Oliver’s competence, integrity and sheer hard work on their behalves.
Oliver loves the real estate business, saying it's the easiest job he's ever had and the one at which he works the hardest. Originally from Galway, Ireland, Oliver taught school there before moving to the U.S. and joining the U.S. Air Force in 1971. A 1979 Distinguished Graduate of Officer Training School, he was a meteorologist at Pease Air Force Base in Portsmouth, NH, from 1972-1976, and Hanscom Field in Bedford, MA, from 1986-1989. Along with other assignments in Alaska, California, South Carolina, Missouri and Illinois, he was Chief of Weather during 1989-1992 at England Air Force Base, Alexandria, Louisiana. He moved to Falmouth after ending his military career with the rank of major in 1993. He holds the Air Force's Master Meteorologist Rating.
Oliver earned a 1970 BA in history from University College, Galway and a 1986 MSc in Meteorology from the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California. An active member of his undergraduate college debating society, he received the Communicator Award at various military schools and has had several published pieces.
While in Ireland, Oliver worked his way through college by playing piano in the holiday resort of Salthill. He continues his musical interests locally by singing with various local choral groups. His latest musical endeavor is with The Goux Roux, a small ensemble specializing in the Great American Songbook. He and his wife, Susan, from Ann Arbor, MI, have six children. Local memberships include Jaguar Club of New England, Falmouth Chorale, Woods Hole Cantata Consort and Knights of Columbus.
550 W Falmouth Hwy, P.O Box 14.
West Falmouth, MA 02574
Office: (508) 568-1737 Fax: (508) 548-0058