Alyssa O’Grady of Lamacchia Realty, based in Norwood, is a 7 year veteran of the real estate industry and has represented clients all over Massachusetts in over 150 real estate transactions. Alyssa has built a solid foundation of clients in this community through her timely communication, honesty, and commitment to always putting her client’s needs first. She takes pride in ensuring that her buyer clients end up in the right home at the right price. Her seller clients are wowed by her ability to get them top dollar while often having multiple offers to choose from.
She studied Hospitality at Johnson & Wales and afterward began work in Event Management. In making sure every “i” is dotted and every “t” is crossed, Alyssa thought she might be able to utilize those skills by helping others in the biggest transaction of their lives. Real Estate had always been something she wanted to pursue and she loves how she is constantly learning.. every day brings something new!
In her free time, Alyssa enjoys traveling to new places with her husband and son. Though a weekend at the Cape with her two rescue pups is usually a highlight of her summer.
Alyssa feels incredibly lucky to work with amazing clients who have become friends. She was awarded membership into the Lamacchia Realty Top Producers in 2020.
Outside of Work I Enjoy:
“Traveling has to be my favorite pastime as I love to learn about different cultures and eat, eat, eat! It’s great to get out of your comfort zone once in a while and come back completely refreshed!”
Do You Have Any Pets?:
“We have two beautiful rescue pups who make every workday a little more comical. Their personalities couldn’t be more different from each other but they’re inseparable!”
Favorite Part of My Job:
“My favorite part of my job has to be when I get to work with clients over and over again. I love seeing how excited they are when they buy their first home and then they might decide to expand a few years later. These moves are almost always part of a big life event so I’m thrilled to help make the transition a bit less stressful.”