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Judy has been a full-time Realtor® in Lexington for 35 years. With over 1,000 transactions, she has ranked in the top 1% of her field -- listing and selling properties that span the gamut from antique homes to new construction, and assisting relocating clients throughout the Untied States as well as abroad.Judy and her husband Mike, a physicist and R&D manager, have made Lexington their home for more than 50 years. Their children attended Lexington public schools. Judy graduated from Tufts University with a BS in Biochemistry.Before becoming a realtor, she taught middle school science, was an editor for a world-leading economic forecasting firm, taught at Massachusetts Audubon’s Drumlin Farm Sanctuary, and founded a knitwear company. She is on the Reunion Committee of her class at Tufts. Within Lexington she has been a Trustee and Board Member of Temple Isaiah, Voter Services Chair of League of Women Voters, and a member of two book groups and a knitting group. She is frequently interviewed by Jon Gorey of the Boston Globe’s real estate features section on a wide-range of current real estate matters.A real “people person”, Judy enjoys her realty career. She approaches real estate as a patient listener and partner to her customers and clients, well-informed and thoughtful.Let Judy Alexander’s success and knowledge assist you in your real estate adventures!MembershipsNational Association of Realtors® (NAR) Massachusetts Association of Realtors® (MAR) Greater Boston Real Estate Board (GBREB) DesignationsGraduate, Realtor® Institute (GRI®) Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) Historic Homes Specialist Relocation Specialist EducationBS, Biology and Chemistry, Tufts University (Class President) Graduate work, Earth Science, Cornell University American Real Estate Academy Hebrew College, Me’ah Program