Gail is a 25-year veteran top producer and leader of the real estate industry on the South Shore of Boston. A visionary, she is always ahead of the curve bringing a unique and valuable prospective to the firm's clients and to the industry.
Gail's clients and staff reap the benefits of her extensive experience, expertise, integrity and professional status. Her extensive business and marketing background, her unsurpassed skill at negotiation, combined with an unwavering dedication to fairness and honesty, make her a preferred broker to both her clients and staff.
Gail's success in the industry is well-known, highly regarded and includes the successful negotiation of many of the areas most unique and luxurious homes, the successful marketing of most of the areas' subdivisions and new construction, the production and hosting of the award-winning and 20-year running cable show "The Home Center with Gail Bell", and being chosen as Tom Brokow's featured realtor on national television.
As a former public relations/marketing consultant to the U.S. Government and a Vice President of an environmental/manufacturing firm, Gail's unique business acumen is highly sought after in the real estate industry. She employs her experience to maximum benefit on behalf of her clients and staff. Gail is the Past President of the Plymouth and South Shore Board of Realtors, and a former Realtor of the Year.Gail is an alumna of Cohasset High School, Elmira College and the University of Glasgow in Scotland.
Her interests include enjoyment of friends and family, golf, bowling, theater, dancing, personal fitness, cooking, reading, meditation and hiking. She is a long-time and active member of the Cohasset Golf Club, on he Board of Governors at the Neighborhood Club of Quincy, and the South Shore Chamber of Commerce.Gail and her fiancé live in Hingham. She has one son, Christopher, a recent graduate from Wentworth Institute of Technology with a degree in Construction Management, and the owner of his own firm, C. James Bell Remodeling and Relocation.