Kimberly decided to begin a career in the real estate industry after purchasing two of her own homes and going through the process – each very different! Her first experience seemed to be going wrong at every turn and when it came time to buy again, she was very nervous and hesitant. However, Kimberly had her real estate agent to guide her and support her and became her most trusted ally in the process. As a result, Kimberly now wants to be that for her own clients. She wants to do her very best to support them in any way she can during one of the most exciting and stressful times of their lives! She wants to be a part of people’s journey, and she wants to get to know her clients and to help them find a home where they can begin the next chapter in their story. She will work tirelessly to get them the information that they need to be confident in their choice. As a result, Kimberly’s clients would describe her as compassionate, motivated, and organized.
Prior to real estate, Kimberly was a preschool teacher for 20 years and in that time she learned how to work with all different types of children, people, and families. She has seen what having a place to call home can do for a person and she has seen the stress that uncertain living conditions can pose on one’s health. She has learned how to read body language and how to anticipate what people need before they ask. Kimberly has spent her life advocating for children and families to get what they need to grow and she will continue to advocate, support, and help guide individuals and families towards whatever home goals they may have!
Kimberly is originally from Connecticut but moved to Massachusetts after college when she met her husband. They lived in Massachusetts for 18 years and just recently found their own forever home in Derry, NH.
What made you want to join Lamacchia Realty?
“I chose Lamacchia because it felt honest. Lamacchia felt supportive and genuine.”
What do you enjoy doing outside of work?
“Baking is one of my favorite things to do! Trying new recipes is never boring. I love fishing, camping (mostly for the promise of smores), but most days you’ll find me camped out between the soccer and baseball fields – cheering embarrassingly loud!”
Do you have a favorite charity?
“Wounded Warriors. Our family is full of veterans and active military members and we do whatever we can to support them.”
What is your favorite thing about your job?
“Getting to meet new people and learn about their journey and how they’ve come to be where they are.”
Do you have any pets?
“Yes! A 3-year-old Aussie Pup named Sadie…”
What are your favorite sports, and sports teams?
“Basketball! Go Celtics!”