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Ann Carter

Ann Carter

About Ann

After 38 years in healthcare helping families through countless life transitions, a new career in real estate felt natural.

“Working in healthcare, everyone is transitioning,” said agent Ann Carter. “Some are going from the hospital to home, from home to a nursing care facility, and even some from jail or prison to home. My job was to help families through those transitions, so real estate truly just made sense. Whether they’re selling mom or dad’s home, maybe you’re upsizing or downsizing or just looking for a change, I want to be there to help people make the best decisions possible for their families. I want to support people through this.”

Ann is a Lexington resident, but while she was born and raised in the village, she said she’s moved 23 times in her life.

“I’ve moved a lot of times for jobs and family, but I definitely know what it’s like to go through a move!” she said. “I’ve been an empty nester myself. I lived in Columbus for a long time, but I’m definitely very happy to be back in the area. I have tons of family and friends here. I love everything about Mansfield and what it has to offer. I love the symphony, the bike trail, Kingwood. I’m in a garden club. I think Richland County is the most beautiful county in Ohio.”

Ann also loves to ski, she’s in a handbell choir at church and has two sons who are both in college. Ann also loves decorating and said she has been decorating for family and friends for many years. She said her love started at age 16 when her parents renovated a 100+ year-old farmhouse.

Her father, Bob Carter, is a local historian who writes for the Tribune Courier, and Ann occasionally writes for the local paper as well.

When asked why she chose Sluss, Ann said, “There was no other choice for me. I’ve known the family for years and I’ve wanted to sell real estate for my whole life but it was just about timing with the kids. Now that I’m an empty nester, I have the time. I can be out showing nights and weekends in a way I couldn’t before.”

What is she looking forward to the most?

“I can’t wait to meet everyone at Sluss and just get out in the community and help others,” she said. “I’m so excited to get started!”