Oliver Muldoon - Sotheby's International Realty

 

From the start of his real estate career in 1998, Oliver Muldoon has been a high-achieving property consultant. Prior to joining Sotheby's International Realty in 2012, he was a top producer at RE/MAX Classic and won Best in Sales/Best in Listings with the Jack Conway Falmouth office for 6 years running.

A former weather forecaster, schoolteacher and cocktail pianist, Oliver loves the real estate business, saying it's the easiest job he's ever had and the one at which he works the hardest. A native of Galway, Ireland, Oliver taught school there before moving to the U.S. and joining the U.S. Air Force in 1971. A 1979 Distinguished Graduate of Officer Training School, he was a meteorologist at Pease Air Force Base in Portsmouth, NH from 1972-1976 and Hanscom Field in Bedford, MA from 1986-1989. Along with other assignments in Alaska, California, South Carolina, Missouri and Illinois, he was Chief of Weather during 1989-1992 at England Air Force Base in Alexandria, Louisiana. He moved to Falmouth after ending his military career in 1993 and holds the Air Force's Master Meteorologist Rating.

Oliver earned a B.A. in history in 1970 from University College, Galway and a M.S. in Meteorology in 1986 from the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California. In addition, he has done extensive coursework in computer science [Fortran, Ada, APL and Basic], accounting, statistics, law and economics. An active member of his undergraduate college debating society, he received the Communicator Award at various military schools and has had several published pieces.

While in Ireland, Oliver worked his way through college by playing piano in the holiday resort of Salthill. He continues his musical interests locally by singing with various local choral groups and by playing piano occasionally at local establishments. He and his wife, Susan, from Ann Arbor, MI, have six children. His local memberships include Notescape.Cod, Jaguar Club of New England, Falmouth Chorale and Knights of Columbus.