Maureen Clark is a rare Southern Pines native with lifelong ties to the Sandhills. She is a University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill graduate who loves introducing newcomers from across the country to her native state. A member of the Moore County equestrian community who has ridden the local trails since childhood, Maureen specializes in golf club properties, fine homes, Southern Pines horse farms, estates, and land. A love and knowledge of the area, a flair for marketing, a wonderful network of friends and family, combined with an innate willingness to go “out of her way” for clients distinguish Maureen as a real estate broker.
Maureen has a family of five children (three sons and two daughters), two granddaughters, and hobbies that include foxhunting, tennis, reading, writing and gardening. A quiet passion for Maureen is the study her father’s (Col. H.E. Hassenfelt’s) history with the 30th Division in Europe during WWII. Prior to a career in real estate, Maureen was an editorial page columnist with the Fayetteville Observer Times, both a political and private nonprofit fundraiser, member of the Cumberland County Board of Education, board member of the NC Center for Public Policy Research, and Chairman of a Task Force on Child Poverty for the Cumberland County Chamber of Commerce.