Shari Doherty - Sales Representative
Shari Doherty had an extensive career in insurance and customer service. This combined with several other entrepreneurial endeavours and more than 30 years of experience made the transition to real estate a natural and easy one. Shari is on fire for customer satisfaction and is excited to serve the Kingston and Eastern Ontario communities.
After raising her own family and multiple moves, she has learned how important a happy, comfortable and vibrant home is as the foundation for family life and a fulfilling future for all.
Shari's goal is to help you find the perfect home that sets the stage for the story of your life.
Sarah-Marie Doherty - Marketing & Realtor in Training
Sarah-Marie Doherty (better known as Smad), has joined the Stage One Real Estate team! Smad has had an exciting career in sports and entrepreneurship and will be joining in charge of the marketing department until she is a fully licensed realtor.
Outside of pursuing her realtors license, she also is the owner & operator of the custom clothing company, Shop Dressr, that specializes in Canadian University branding. She is passionate about fashion & design, both in your closet and in your future home.
Fun fact - She is a former Disney Cast Member, so you can expect excellent customer service and a little bit of Disney Magic with any interaction you have with the Stage One Real Estate Team.
You can find her online at @StageOneSmad on instagram or email her at
ABOUT KINGSTON – Where history and innovation thrive.
Kingston is a city in Eastern Ontario, Canada. It is on the eastern end of Lake Ontario, at the beginning of the St. Lawrence River and at the mouth of the Cataraqui River (south end of the Rideau Canal).
The city is midway between Toronto, Ontario and Montreal, Quebec. The Thousand Islands tourist region is nearby to the east. Kingston is nicknamed the "Limestone City" because of the many heritage buildings constructed using local limestone.
Kingston was named the first capital of the United Province of Canada on February 10, 1841. While its time as a capital city was short (ending in 1844), the community has remained an important military installation.
Kingston was the county seat of Frontenac County until 1998. Kingston is now a separate municipality from the County of Frontenac.
City of Kingston Newcomers' Welcome Gift!
Kingston is a beautiful city and we want you here!
The City of Kingston offers a Newcomers' Welcome Gift for those who have moved to the city. This gift includes;
A Kingston Transit pass
A Fit Pass for City recreation programs and services
A voucher for two passes to select shows at the Grand Theatre
A family day-pass to the MacLachlan Woodworking Museum or the Pump House Steam Museum