Tracy E. Hoeger, Esq.
- New England School of Law, May 2006, JD
- The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, May 2003, BA
- Federal District Court of Massachusetts-first Circuit
- Missouri Bar
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Tracy E. Hoeger heads our Real Estate Conveyancing and Foreclosure practice areas. Tracy specializes in residential and commercial closings as well as resolution of complex title issues. With more than 15 years’ experience, Tracy is well-versed in state and federal lending regulations including TRID, the American Land Title Association’s Best Practices and cyber-security issues while she also stays current on recent court decisions that impact buyers, sellers and lenders.
Tracy began her legal career representing large institutional clients in the sale of bank-owned properties and title resolution, followed by handling of residential sales and financing before starting at Sassoon & Cymrot, LLP, where she was an integral member of the real estate team focused on residential sales, financing and title resolution while also representing commercial lenders, and was awarded the “Top 10 Growth Award” by First American Title Insurance Company in 2018. Tracy focuses on providing the best results for all parties involved. Her outgoing personality and ability to connect with people allow her to handle transactions smoothly and on a personal level every step of the way. Many attorneys understand the law. Tracy understands the law and Tracy understands people.
A Mid-west girl originally from St. Louis, MO, Tracy became a Tar Heel when she attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for her undergraduate studies. Tracy decided to take on Boston winters and attended law school at New England School of Law. She resides in Charlestown, MA, with her husband and three school-aged children. When she’s not in the office, you may find her spending time with her family at the pool in the summer and blowing on hot chocolate in the New England winters while reading a different book to each child all at the same time.