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Carol Godfrey


A Philadelphia Magazine 5-Star Realtor and Top Producer, Carol Godfrey has been serving Montgomery, Bucks and Philadelphia Counties for more than 39 years. Carol is an agent with Quinn & Wilson Realtors, located in the Baederwood Shopping Center of Abington Township.

Carol earned her B.S. in Elementary Education from Gwynedd-Mercy College and worked as a Substitute Teacher for several years. She soon found that Real Estate was her passion and has had a thriving career ever since.

Carol is a product of the Abington School District. She married a fellow Abington School District graduate and her three sons also graduated from Abington School District. She currently resides in the “Crosswicks” neighborhood of Abington Township.

Carol has been intricately involved with the people and organizations which make up our community. She has been active in the Abington School District for more than 46 years, serving as McKinley Elementary PTO Co-President, Parent Council President, a member of the Abington School District Human Relations Advisory Council, Abington Educational Foundation and Abington School District Strategic Planning Team. As a lifelong Abington advocate, one of her most gratifying projects was being part of the Abington School District Stadium Fundraising Committee when the new stadium was constructed. Carol is a member of the Kiwanis Club of Jenkintown which works to support and raise funds for children in need. She was a Board Member of the Abington YMCA for over 40 years and currently serves on the new Willow Grove YMCA Board.

Whether it is a first-time homebuyer or a Senior selling their home of 40+ years, Carol is always prepared to offer the best of her knowledge and guidance. A combination of enthusiasm, expertise, integrity and how she provides her clients with unmatched service are her greatest assets.

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