Deborah Barouch
M: 207-838-4875 mobile
O: 207-300-6181 office

Deborah Barouch


I grew up in a foreign service family spending most of my childhood overseas in Nairobi and Tehran.
This provided me with the gift of global citizenship that I have unconsciously used all my life.
I majored in Government and Politics at the University of Maryland and moved to Maine in 1975 to live a "back to the land" lifestyle and embrace the "green movement" by building a recycled post and beam home on 30 acres.
In 1985 I became a real estate broker in Portland, Maine And in 2002 I launched my residential and investment real estate company. We recently merged with eXp Realty.
I enjoy meeting new real estate buyers & sellers from whatever country or walk of life. And introducing them to what the greater Portland, ME real estate community has to offer.
Making new real estate clients feel at home in their new Maine communities is a skill I learned from an early age as the child of US diplomat. Overseas we had to make new friends and interact socially on a continual basis.
It is very satisfying to repeat this with each real estate client.

In 2001, I joined the Board of the World Affairs Council of Maine, and from 2007-2009 I served as President of the Board.
In 2009 I also became part of the RHO class of the institute of Civic Leadership where I learned much about collaboration and negotition to achieve goals in group settings in a nine month leadership intensive.


Maine Real Estate Relocation, Maine Real Estate Sales: Buying and Selling. Maine Investment Real Estate, Maine vacation home sales. Maine First time home buyers.

Deb Barouch - Broker with Keller Williams Realty


Broker, CRS, realtor GREEN at eXp Realty Portland

  • Member at Greater Portland Landmarks
  • Member at U.S. Green Building Council
  • member at Cumberland Club
  • Member at Woodlands Club member
  • RHO class at Institute of Civic leadership
  • University of Maryland College Park
  • University of Santa Clara



Maine Real Estate Relocation, Maine Real Estate Sales: Buying and Selling. Maine Investment Real Estate, Maine vacation home sales. Maine First time home buyers.




Broker, CRS, realtor GREEN

Keller Williams Realty Portland

Real Estate industry

20122023  50 Sewall St. Portland, Maine, 04102

Are you concerned about how to get good real estate statistics to make an informed real estate decision in Portland ME?
I provide ongoing analysis of statewide and Portland, ME Real Estate Market trends, to help our real estate clients, make decisions in their Greater Portland,ME residential and investment real estate purchases, drawing on my 25 years of real estate experience.
Email me with questions: or call 207-838-4875 or visit

Are you worried about who will handle all the real estate details? In Portland ME?

I strongly DRIVE each real estate transaction home, by personally maximizing our key contacts in the Portland ME real estate support community.Synergy!

Are you concerned that your confidential real estate information will be mistreated?

As a long term real estate professional, I understand that our repeat business depends on being there for our Portland ME real estate clients, with integrity and confidentiality, one real estate client at a time.

Do you have the experience/education to help me in the current shifting real estate Portland ME market?

I have been practicing real estate in Greater Portland, Maine since 1985. I I recently merged my firm Barouch & Co. with Keller Williams in Portland, ME. We are now the Barouch Team.
I have the Real Estate professional designations of CRS [only 5% of Realtors have this designation]and the Realtor, Green designation.[less than 25 in ME]
How do I reach you with a question?
Email me: or call 807-838-4875 for a confidential prospective client interview, no listing or real estate purchase is too small.

Do you handle out of state clients? And retirees? Condos?

We have many out of state clients who are relocating to our Portland real estate market to enjoy a change of lifestyle that Maine affords.
A strong component of them are retirees/condos 



Greater Portland Landmarks


January 2011Present (1 year 2 months) Portland, ME 


U.S. Green Building Council

Nonprofit; 51-200 employees; Nonprofit Organization Management industry

January 2010Present (2 years 2 months) Maine Chapter



Cumberland Club



I am simply a supportive and enthusiastic member who enjoys most of the clubs events and programs, especially the Joshua Chamberlain lectures.
We have had Angus King and Gov.Lepage as well as Eliot Cutler recently


Woodlands Club member


19952011 (16 years)

I have served on the nominating committee at various intervals since 1998, and also the recreation committee.
I enjoy lap swimming currently and tennis in the past.


RHO class

Institute of Civic leadership


20092010 (1 year)

In this 9 month long leadership intensive, we learned best practices for facilitative leadership
to provide creative collaboration across all sectors:public,private and non-profit.
We also worked as groups on a practicum projects. My group worked with the Maine Chapter of the NAACP to lay the ground work for their process of strategic planning.



World Affairs Council

Nonprofit; 11-50 employees; Nonprofit Organization Management industry

20072009 (2 years)

In 2007 I helped the Board of Directors implement a search for our first ever executive director, along with helping coordinate our development strategies.
And that year we also continued our co-operation with the Camden Conference by hosting a Portland venue.
In 2008, I assisted our new Executive Director in his first year of his new position while continuing to provide opening remarks for most of our events.


Global City Task Force 20072008 (1 year)

 I represented the World Affairs Council of Maine as part of a city wide task force, of many diverse international groups, to put together
a strategic plan to position The City of Portland as an optimally performing[across all sectors]
global city.


eXp Realty
254 US Route One
Scarborough, ME