Biography

Jeff was born and raised in Malden, MA. He graduated from UMass Lowell with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology. He later received his Master’s Degree in Elementary and Special Education from Wheelock College. Jeff had a successful teaching and leadership career in elementary education and then retired after 23 years to pursue his passion for real estate. He utilizes many of the same skills he developed in education over the years to help his clients achieve their goals.
Jeff believes that educating his clients is an important part of the buying and selling process which in turn fosters professional and trusting relationships. He’s also a life-long learner. Jeff is continually seeking out learning opportunities to make himself a better agent, which in turn greatly benefits his clients.

What made you want to join Lamacchia Realty?

“I knew I wanted to join Lamacchia Realty the moment I went to my first training. The support and positive culture here can’t be found anywhere else.”

Outside of Work I Enjoy:

“I love to go on adventures and trying new things especially if it’s with my children and loved ones. Thrifting and antiquing is something that we all love to do. I’ve also developed a love for theatre thanks to my son who’s a musical theatre major in college.”

Do you have a favorite charity?

“The cause I’m most passionate about right is the fight against Alzheimer’s Disease. It’s a disease that unfortunately hits very close to home.”

My Favorite Sports:

“I’m a fan of all the Boston sports teams. Baseball is my favorite sport to play. I most love watching my daughter’s play sports not matter which one it is.”

Favorite Part of My Job:

“It’s exciting for me to see the joy in people’s faces when they achieve their goals, whether it’s buying their first home or selling a home so they can move on to the next chapter of their lives. Everyone has a story and I consider it an honor to be part of it.”

Do you have any pets?

“I have a dog named Mookie. He’s a rescue from Alabama. We think he’s part Dachshund, Chihuahua, and Wire-Haired Terrier. No one’s 100% sure.”

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