Matt Madden Real Estate Agent at Hooke, Hooke  & Eckman Realtors

Matt Madden

Real Estate Agent at
Hooke, Hooke & Eckman Realtors

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  • New Construction Specialist

Agent Highlights

Matt is a top selling New Kingstown agent - having sold over 46% more properties in New Kingstown than the average agent.

More about Matt Madden

I have been a partner with Hooke, Hooke and Eckman Realtors since 2005 (Realtor since 2003). As a full-time Realtor, I specialize in residential sales as well as new construction and development properties. Whether listing or buying, I am dedicated to helping my clients through the entire process.As a lifelong resident of Central Pa, I am committed to giving back to the community. I currently serve on Carlisle Borough Council, board of the Downtown Carlisle Association and volunteer for the United Way and other local organizations.In addition to Hooke, Hooke and Eckman, I also manage Carlisle Developers, a residential development company actively acquiring new projects in south-central PA.Fun fact: My golden retriever, Buddy, came with my house and is now a spoiled member of the family.
  • 15 years

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  • Marcia Smith
    never responded to my request

      Matt is dishonest. He was the listing agent on the house I purchased three years ago. I placed an offer that was accepted by the seller, but Matt was "too busy" to secure the seller's signature on the offer. By the next day, the seller wanted $4000 more than my offer to close the deal. My loss of $4000 was totally Matt's fault. I would never trust an agent who does what Matt did.

    • Marcia
      listed and sold my home

        Matt was the listing agent on a house I purchased several years ago. The house was in poor condition and had been on the market with Matt for over a year. Matt's performance on the sales contract process was lazy and dishonest. Additionally, he is part of a group that may undervalue properties to get quick sales, thus skewing performance numbers. Agents who make this a practice are not looking out for the best interest of the sellers and the comps in the community.