Lamacchia Realty today announced that Kelly Dimbat owner of James Marcora Realty in Billerica MA has joined forces with Lamacchia Realty. Kelly has lived in Billerica since 2006 and has been a top producing Realtor in Billerica and the surrounding communities for several years. She is the Broker/Owner and founder of James Morcora Realty(JMR) since its inception in 2007.
Her Real Estate career began in Harvard Square in Cambridge as a Sales Agent where she managed a busy rental department for several years before opening JMR. Recently she was nominated as 10 best in Middlesex County from the American Institute of Real Estate Professionals.
“I am very excited to be working with Kelly. She will be a big part of our Woburn office. She is a very good Realtor who shares the same values that we possess here at Lamacchia Realty. I met Kelly in our training center at a training a few months ago and immediately knew should would be an asset to our company. I look forward to watching her business grow to even higher heights with us. I am also happy to see Carol come over with her. We will do all we can to support both of their businesses.” said Anthony Lamacchia.
Kelly aims to substantially grow her business and given her track record and work ethic that should be no problem considering that the average agent who joins Lamacchia grows their business 318% the first year and an average of 31% each year thereafter.
“What I love about Lamacchia Realty is how inspiring the environment is. Anthony wants everybody to succeed. Not only his agents and associates but the general public we serve and industry professionals alike. Anthony really sees my vision for helping more people. I know our goals are aligned and I am excited to implement the range of Lamacchia tools available as an associate. I’ve been impressed by the wide reach of the company’s marketing for a long time and I know it’s going to be great for my clients and business.” said Kelly Dimbat, REALTOR
Kelly will be a part of the Woburn office where the company is in the process of building out a permanent location in Four Corners Woburn after spending over two years on Cedar Street in a temporary location.