Matt Mercier

Matt Mercier


  • Cell: 603-785-0306
  • Office: 603-893-7430
  • Office Location: 23 South Broadway, Unit 4A, Salem, NH

About Matt Mercier

Matt Mercier knows New Hampshire real estate. That’s because both New Hampshire and real estate are key components of his identity. Matt is a local boy, born and raised in Manchester, who distinguished himself as a community standout early on. Yet even from a young age, Matt was already that geeky kid with a passion; while his friends browsed Sports Illustrated and Teen People, Matt thumbed through every local estate magazine, and poured over the DuPont Registry. While his friends were out partying, he was calculating mortgage costs, and calling up every local agent about the listings that most piqued his interest. 

Now, in his more than 6 years on the local real estate scene, Matt boasts an enviable Five Star rating on both Zillow and Trulia, where his clients repeatedly commend him for his attentiveness, follow-up, and superior knowledge of Southern New Hampshire’s housing market. 

Matt is supported by the Gold Medal team of Jill & Co. Realty Group, whose business strategy is simple: they strive to mitigate the stress of every real estate transaction, and make it as seamless and painless as possible. Whether you’re buying or selling, Matt Mercier and  Jill & Co. Realty Group will make you, the client, their top priority. Through open communication, continued availability, and complete transparency,  the collective goal of Matt and  Jill & Co. is to have happy clients at the closing table, each and every time. 

Outside of business hours, Matt is a homeowner, a commercial property manager, a family man, a dog lover, and an avid boater.

Matt’s Favorite Things: boats, his dogs, and family

Matt’s most-recent community involvement includes:

REALTOR Advisory Committee, with New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority

Homeownership Fellow, with New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority

Chair of Communications Committee, with Greater Manchester Nashua Board of REALTORS