About Connie LaBarge Thomas

Connie LaBarge-Thomas

Meet Connie

A match made in Oakland. Well almost. Just off Dutton Road, is where Connie LaBarge Thomas found her family's home 30 years ago. Her move to Michigan from the foothills of the Adirondacks in upstate New York and the Berkshire Mountains of western Massachusetts left her homesick for the rolling terrain, open spaces, and woodsy trails that were so familiar to her in her early years. She found them right in her own back yard - Oakland Township and Rochester Hills.

There is a common set of values that attract people to this area - a love for the outdoors,the engaged and vibrant community, welcoming neighbors, and an appreciation of the arts, education, dining and other conveniences that our area offers. Connie embraces those values that we share. It is that love and appreciation that takes her to places where you've probably seen her - walking the trails, at charity events for the hospital and schools, or "dancing in the street" at one of the annual downtown Rochester events.

Life's memories are built with one life changing family event after another. It's when we say "I do;" It's when we find out a new baby will arrive soon; it's when the kids leave home and a house feels big and empty. And sometimes it's when unexpected loss or sudden illness hits us. These kinds of moments impact our decisions, especially the ones that have the greatest impact on people we love. Connie has experienced many of her own life changing events. She genuinely appreciates that there are many things that move us, both literally and figuratively and brings that to her profession every day.

For instance, Margie Brisson recently sold her Oakland Township home, "Connie impressed me with her knowledge of the homes in the area. She worked diligently right through to closing date. Selling my home that I have lived in for forty years was a big decision for me. Connie's happy disposition, winning smile and support made this transaction a pleasant one."

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Meet The Team


Renée Korhonen

Client Care Coordinator

Chloe Fordree

Transaction Coordinator

Caston Thomas

Showing Agent

Charlee Chard

Lender & Showing Agent

Brian Kurtz

Michigan Video Tours



Danielle McNeil

Mondine's Cleaning

House Cleaning / Staging


Josh LaBarge

Staging & Moving

La Var Blalock

IT Specialist

Client Appreciation


I love Rochester

After moving to Rochester from the east coast, over 20+ years ago, Connie immediately fell in love with the area and everything it it has to offer.


North Fairview Farms

Drive through North Fairview Farms and you will see kids out playing, people walking their dogs and working in their yards. People wave and watch out for their neighbors. North Fairview Farms, located in the northwest corner of Rochester Hills, is truly a place to hang your heart.❤



Their residents are involved and they do it because they love where they live. There are 460 homes in the subdivision and many new faces to help continue the neighborhood mission to become one of Rochester Hills most loved subs.

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Did you know that there are over 23 acres of parks and common areas. Some are wide open spaces like the one between Pleasant View and Dutton. Some are wooded with streams like the one between Westwood and North Fairview. There is another one between Stonington Ct and Cedaredge. Follow the stream that runs under Grandview by the entrance sign in front of Clear Point Ct and you will find yourself in a wide open space between Grandview and Tiverton in our neighboring sub to the east. Millbrook Park is a five acre park in the middle of the neighborhood with paved walking paths, playground equipment, a ball diamond with back stop and also a picnic area. It is where the annual neighborhood picnic is held and enjoyed by all who care to attend. There is also a wooded area behind the homes on the south side of North Fairview referred to as the 100 year floodplain. In the winter when the leaves are gone you can see a teepee from Grandview made of fallen sticks.

These areas are part of the sub and can be enjoyed by all.