Brittany Salituro brings great value to the Hudson team, with her family and friends describing her as a determined, creative and thoughtful individual with an entrepreneurial spirit. She has always had a passion for interior design and appreciates the abundance of architecture around New England, so becoming a real estate agent has been the perfect venture for her. With a bachelor’s degree in Psychology, helping others has been the foundation to every move she makes and goal she sets. Brittany is always looking to learn new skills and challenge herself. She is confident in her abilities to address her clients’ needs and concerns and go above and beyond all expectations. Brittany grew up in Ashland and now resides in Hudson with her husband.
What made you want to join Lamacchia Realty?
“Upon receiving my license, I knew I wanted to join a brokerage that would give me the support I needed to get started on this new venture. Not only does everyone at Lamacchia treat each other like family, but they have welcomed me with open arms. Lamacchia provides outstanding training, tools and technology to help me best serve my clients!”
What do you enjoy doing outside of work?
“I love spending time with my family, going to the mountains with my friends and will never pass up a good karaoke night! I also have a large collection of makeup that I enjoy playing with!”
Do you have a favorite charity?
“There are a few charities that will always have a special place in my heart: Epilepsy Foundation of New England, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and the Boston AIDS Foundation.”
What is your favorite thing about your job?
“No two days are ever the same! I am constantly learning and growing as an agent and love being able to help my clients find the homes of their dreams and make the buying and selling process as easy and smooth as possible.”
Do you have any pets?
“YES! Two Shih-tzus, Harper and Hazel.”
What are your favorite sports, and sports teams?
“I love hockey and soccer! Being from New England, I’m obviously a huge Bruins and Revolution fan and grew up going to Fenway every year with my dad and sisters.”