When you want to find the right home, you want Mackensie Greene on your side.
“I like making people happy,” she says. “I like finding out what they want and looking for it. It’s part of the chase. I do it with my friends – if they’re looking for something, I’ll help them find it. I’m a people-pleaser by nature.”
Mackensie is the real estate agent with a varied career in managing services and organizing details. She grew up in western New York, in a rural area with “more cows than people.” She also lived for a time in St. Marys, Pennsylvania, home of her father’s family.
She came to central Pennsylvania around 2011, looking for a place where she could work from home and be with her sons. When an opportunity came along to serve as borough manager for the Northern York County town of Lewisberry, she accepted and held the part-time post for seven years.
Today, she performs back-office functions for a local plumber and a company renting construction fences and barriers.
She has always wanted to add real estate to her portfolio of skills.
“I love looking at homes,” she says. “I finally had the time to get my license and start helping people.”
Mackensie joined RSR Realtors because it felt right.
“It’s a smaller company than some of the others, and it feels like family,” she says. “Everyone seems to really enjoy it here.”
Mackensie’s older son is attending college and pursues MMA fighting. Her younger son, age 12, is a motocross competitor, so she travels with him to races or practice sites around the region.
As a child, Mackensie rode horses. Today, she and her husband, a civil engineer, ride their motorcycles – hers is a softail Harley-Davidson – on day trips when they can. She also jogs around her Fairview Township home.
For her homebuying and selling clients, Mackensie tries to deliver the perfect fit and a great experience.
“At the end of each transaction, I want my clients to have sold their home and feel they got the best experience, or if I find them their home, that I’ve found them the best home possible and they are as happy as pie.”