A native of Chatham, Mollie returned to her hometown in 1985 to continue a successful career as a corporate marketing and advertising executive, skills which have enhanced her 20-year real estate sales career. In 1992 she became Associate Broker at Overbey Real Estate, which was founded by her grandfather in 1932.
She is now the Associate Broker with United Country Southern Properties, located in historic Chatham, Virginia. United Country is a national company with the networking power of over 600 offices in the United States.
Mollie has been recognized as “Best Realtor” in a reader poll conducted by the Pittsylvania County newspaper, the Star Tribune. She has also been the recipient of the prestigious Gold Award and Honor Society Award for many years, presented by the Dan River Region Association of Realtors.
This sustained success in real estate has been based on Mollie’s passionate commitment to community development and serving clients in realizing their highest goals with property sales and purchase. Her marketing and creativity background has produced an enviable track record of property sales, while her art degree, history and business interests have helped hundreds of families find homes and properties that fit perfectly their vision for home, quality of life and investment.
A respected community leader, Mollie has served as president of the Chatham Rotary Club, president of the Dan River Region Association of Realtors, board member of Woodlawn Academy, the Pittsylvania County Chamber of Commerce, Chatham First and the Pittsylvania Historical Society.
A graduate of Chatham Hall and Queens University, Mollie lives with her husband on their 226-acre cattle farm. Her avocation over the years has been the restoration of her historic home, Cedar Hill, which dates back to the 1700’s as a stagecoach stop on the river connecting two historically prestigious, southern Virginia counties. A member of Chatham Presbyterian Church, Mollie also stays active through competitive long-distance and marathon running and spending time with her five grandchildren.