Katrina Carmo

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Katrina Carmo


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Katrina Carmo is a dedicated real estate agent who entered the industry during the pandemic, obtaining her license in July 2020. After a successful 38-year corporate career, she decided to pursue real estate to fulfill her passion for helping people navigate one of life’s most significant transactions. Katrina’s primary goal in real estate is to alleviate her clients’ stress by providing them with the individualized time and attention they need throughout the transaction process. Her background includes working as a Relocation Manager during her corporate tenure, where she found immense satisfaction in assisting people during challenging times. She also played a crucial role in supporting field recruiters by providing tools and resources to enhance their performance, and she excelled in reporting and analytics. Known for her caring demeanor, patience, and strong communication skills, Katrina has earned the trust and appreciation of both clients and friends. Originally from Rhode Island, she has called Dartmouth, MA, home for the past 15 years, cherishing both locations. Katrina Carmo’s commitment to reducing stress and her extensive corporate experience make her a reliable and compassionate choice for those seeking a real estate professional in Rhode Island or Dartmouth, MA.

You’ve been in the business for quite some time. What made you decide to switch to Lamacchia Realty?

“I feel like Lamacchia has outstanding tools and resources that will help me service my clients better.”

Giving clients the best possible service is every REALTOR’s goal. How does Lamacchia Realty better help you serve your clients?

“By providing superior training to their agents and the most current industry trends.”

What do you enjoy doing outside of work?

“I help take care of my elderly mother, spend time with friends and family, craft, and go to car shows with my husband.”

What is your favorite part of your job?

“Meeting new people and forming relationships.”

Do you have any pets?

“I only had one dog and he passed at 6 years old. I haven’t been able to bring myself to replace him.”

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