Kerrick was born and raised on the south shore and has lived in Pembroke, MA for his entire life. With an Associate degree from Massasoit Community College and continuing education at Bridgewater State University, Kerrick has even gone to school locally, never straying away from the community he has grown to love. Kerrick decided to stop pursuing his marketing degree in order to pursue his newfound passion and career of being a real estate agent for Lamacchia Realty. With his love for people, integrity, perseverance, and commitment to helping others, the decision to leave his job and financial security in order to dive into real estate full time was a no brainer.
What made you want to join Lamacchia Realty?
“Lamacchia Realty’s amazing approach to training, state of the art technology, and innovative systems when it comes to helping clients is what attracted me to the company. As well as it being a highly recommended brokerage by someone who doesn’t even work here.”
What do you enjoy doing outside of work?
“Hiking with my dog, snowboarding, white water rafting, skydiving, basically anything active.”
Do you have a favorite charity?
“Pints for half pints. Not sure that this is a charity, but I believe it is a nonprofit and it is a blood donation for children. I am also doing the Pan-Mass Challenge for Dana Farber Cancer research in 2021 for the first time ever and will be signing up for the Falmouth road race as well for the same cause.”
What is your favorite thing about your job?
“The more I work the more I can benefit my clients and my business overall. I also love working with people and the social aspect of Real Estate overall.”
Do you have any pets?
“I have a 2-year-old greyhound mix rescue puppy named Koda. I rescued her from Puerto Rico a year and a half ago and she is the sweetest dog I have ever met.”
What are your favorite sports, and sports teams?
“I have always been a huge fan of UFC, and there is nothing like football Sunday. But the team I have seen play most live in person is the Bruins and I love going to the garden to see them play.”