Tracy LeRoux is CEO and Principal Broker for the Link Agency a private brokerage real estate and marketing firm located in Barrington RI. Passionate about real estate, marketing, motherhood, and motivating others, Tracy LeRoux brings over 20 years of business experience to her clients. Providence Business News recognized her in “40 under Forty, “ and ADAGE named her marketing business one of the “Top USA Agencies from All Disciplines.” Her business was also named the “fastest growing business “in Rhode Island. She also serves as an adjunct professor at Roger Williams University. Tracy epitomizes integrity, energy, hard work and creative service in every detail of her real estate transactions.
Her work in real estate started as a way to supplement her income and pay for her education but twenty-two years later, her reasons for staying are different. The idea that she can help someone create his or her dream is what drives her today. Whether its helping a first time home buyer secure their dream home, to selling land to help create that dream, or selling a fixer upper so a retiree can create their forever home.
Tracy has differentiated herself from the competitors by thinking outside the box. She is constantly looking for innovative marketing ideas and advancing technology to stay ahead of the rest. Tracy LeRoux prides herself on providing an unparalleled service to her clients. She looks forward to developing a long-term relationship and achieving success for each and every client.
When not working Tracy can be found doing family things with her husband Michael and their daughter Mia.
What are your goals as a realtor? “Enjoy every day, help people and create a win/win situations. “
Dream or past career? “I own an advertising agency, I am a motivational speaker, I run a boutique brokerage and teach a few courses at Roger Williams University. I am living my dream, getting to do everything I do enjoy doing.”
What are your hobbies? “Pilates, yoga, walking on the beach.”
Did/Do you have a mentor? “Throughout my life and career, I’ve had many. Mentors are essential for motivation, inspiration, and accountability.”
What are you reading? “No time at the moment – suggestions?”
Pets? “We have two dogs a Yorkie and a Jack Russell as well as two frogs (my daughter’s).”
Lunch with anyone? “My dad. He is 92 and has dementia – what I would give to have one more lunch with him and learn from him. All the times he was teaching me and I was not paying attention… What I would give. Plus, he loved Chinese food and would order one of everything off the appetizer menu – yum.”
Best advice ever received? “Stan Tannenbaum, a deceased college advertising professor: ‘Take The corporate job at Leo Burnett right out of college. You are an entrepreneur at heart, and this will teach you discipline, lessons college could never teach you, and open up a wide door of lifelong opportunities.’ Boy, was he right. We were living in Chicago and I was petrified to work for a big company. It was the best work experience of my life. I did not recognize it at the time, but it was, and it opened up huge doors and still does. Thanks, Stan!”