Beth grew up in Spencer MA, graduating from David Prouty High School in 1995 and graduated from Worcester State University with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration in 2001. She entered the workforce at a young age and worked full time while putting herself through college. Immediately upon obtaining her degree, Beth accepted a position in the accounting department of a mechanical contracting company in Auburn MA, where she initially had started as an intern and moved up into the Accounting Department Manager position. In 2006, Beth obtained her Massachusetts Real Estate License and worked as a “dual career” real estate agent for a year, but growing her professional career in the corporate world took priority at the time.
Beth had a passion for training and nutrition and in 2013, she turned her passion into a side hustle, working as a certified personal trainer and nutrition consultant in her free time. In 2017, Her training and nutrition business had grown substantially so Beth decided it was a good time to leave her corporate position in order to pursue her goals to get back into real estate and grow the existing training and nutrition business. In December 2020, Beth permanently closed the training and nutrition business after an extended period of shutdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This was ultimately a blessing in disguise because allowing her to commit all of her occupational time, effort, and focus solely on helping clients with their home-buying and/or home-selling goals resulted in proudly serving (more than) double the amount of Real Estate clients she was able to help buy and/or sell homes in 2021.
With 17 years of corporate contract negotiation and accounting department managerial experience, and 7 years of experience training clients with lifestyle improvements, Beth continues to expertly leverage many of those skills today while serving her real estate clients.
Beth takes pride in her work, which stands out in her track record of educating clients about the home selling/buying process, successfully negotiating offers in the best interest of her clients, closely monitoring and managing important deadlines, and coordinating all of the various components/moving pieces and communications necessary to bring each Real Estate transaction successfully to closing. Beth provides a higher level of communication, quality, and care for clients. She is able to truly hear and understand what her clients want & need. She takes a “people first” approach in all business matters and she supports clients through emotions that often come up in the process of buying or selling a home.
Beth understands that clients need an agent they can trust and rely on for professional guidance and support every step of the way. Beth is motivated, driven, and determined to work hard and get the job done for you. Each Real Estate transaction is different, strategy is important and there are many moving pieces that need to be carefully navigated throughout the process. You need an agent that understands your needs and goals, is experienced, and goes a step above in order to guide you with utmost protection and care and without any pressure or persuasion. Buying and/or selling a home are major milestones and important financial decisions. Don’t settle for less, hire Beth to guide you towards success!
What made you want to join Lamacchia Realty?
“Two words…Patty Bell.”
What do you enjoy doing outside of work?
“Working in my yard or doing home projects, spending time with friends and family, weight training, going to the movies, spending time outdoors, pistol practice/firearm lessons, going to see comedians, going to the theater, consignment shopping, relaxing.”
Do you have a favorite charity?
“I usually prefer to donate right in my community (town library, schools, etc).”
What is your favorite thing about your job?
“Making clients feel happy and successful, seeing them smile when they achieved their goal!”
Do you have any pets?
“Yes, 2 dogs (Lucy: puggle and Louie: jack russel terrier).”
What are your favorite sports, and sports teams?
“Meh, not a sports fan at all (I’m odd, I know. lol!).”