Joyce Gerraughty

Referral Coordinator
Cell: 508.930.3188

For 27 years and counting real estate has continued to be Joyce Gerraughty’s passion.  Starting as a sales associate, she quickly became a top producer and top relocation trained agent, assisting transferees with identifying a new place to call home. When asked to manage a prominent real estate company in Mansfield she was excited for the challenge as that allowed her to continue to grow her knowledge of the real estate industry. Being a manager prompted her to learn all she could about real estate for the next 14 years.  

With a thirst for knowledge that runs deep, she continued to learn and challenge herself by received her broker’s license and the Graduate Realtor Institute (GRI) and Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) designations in the early 2000’s.  

She joined the Randall Family of Companies in August of 2018 and has loved every minute of her position as Outbound Referral Coordinator. “Making warm, solid, client introductions on behalf of our agents to destination agents around the globe is what I enjoy most about my profession, says Gerraughty.” When placing referrals across the country she is quite often asked “Are you from Boston? It always leads to a fun conversation because she is a true Bostonian!

How she came to work in real estate:

As a Realtor, she is a member of the Massachusetts Association of Realtors (MAR), The National Association of Realtors (NAR). 

Personal Life:

She has two grown daughters and three grandsons whom she loves to explore with during their adventure Thursdays, doing everything from kayaking, hiking, and vacationing on Cape Cod.

When not on the clock she loves to spend time with family, garden in her yard, golf & go on day trips. 

Volunteer Work:

Giving back is very important to Joyce as she volunteers for the Author Series held by the Kingston Public Library as part of the Jenny McLaughlin Life Long Learning and is a board member of the Jeff Parker Charitable Fund which helps families with financial assistance while going thru cancer treatments.