• Siobhan Gallagher
  • Wellington Office

    13501 South Shore Blvd.
    Wellington, FL 33414
    (561) 440-4560
  • “The way home begins with more than directions. It starts with conversation.”
  • “Knowing how you want to live is the first step toward knowing where.”
  • “To find the right place, meet the right partner.”
  • “Doing more for our clients is the way we do business.”
  • “The ultimate luxury is peace of mind.”

Siobhan Gallagher's interest in real estate began following her graduation from Fairfield University when she worked for Coldwell Banker's Back Bay office in Boston. That interest deepened upon her move to South Florida. She was frequently asked advice from friends and colleagues about the best place to rent, buy, or board their horses. She obtained her Florida Real Estate License and has been working hard ever since to provide the best possible customer service and counsel to her clients.

Siobhan is a graduate of Fairfield University in Connecticut with a Bachelor of Arts in English, and minors in Psychology and Philosophy. In addition to real estate, her professional background includes management of a nationally renowned non-profit therapeutic equitation facility. She volunteers her time in fundraising and philanthropic events such as the Special Olympics and other therapeutic equitation programs.

 Siobhan relocated to Wellington, Florida in 2005 to further her passionate involvement in the horse industry. She rides in jumpers, hunters, polo and dressage, has competed in all four disciplines and continues to do so. Her favorite riding activity is working with young horses, especially off the track thoroughbreds, and teaching them a new discipline for which ever sport suits their personality and ability.

Siobhan is meticulous with regard to details and strives to help her clients feel confident and comfortable every step of the way through the Real Estate process. She will always go the extra mile to make sure that her clients' needs are met and that the service they receive is beyond their expectations.