Rhiannon Paredes brings a contagious enthusiasm for homes and an unwavering commitment to making the buying and selling process a seamless and joyous experience. Rhiannon’s journey in real estate was sparked by spending countless hours browsing homes and exploring the real estate market. Her own experience of buying her first home left a very positive mark, inspiring her to share that same sense of fulfillment with others. Rhiannon’s goal is clear: to alleviate the stresses often associated with real estate transactions and to ensure that her clients enjoy a pain-free process. She strives to recreate the same level of excitement and confidence she felt during her own home purchase, knowing that her dedication and behind-the-scenes efforts will create a seamless and memorable experience. Rhiannon currently works at WPI, where she has dedicated the past seven years to collaborating with a diverse array of individuals. Her ability to connect with people from all walks of life positions her to expand her presence in the real estate industry and provide exceptional service. Clients and friends alike describe Rhiannon as determined, reliable, and professional, qualities that define her commitment to excellence in every aspect of her life. Born and raised in Worcester, she proudly calls the Burncoat neighborhood her current home, showcasing her deep roots and strong ties to the community where she is excited to embark on her new journey in real estate.
What made you choose Lamacchia Realty?
“I have heard nothing but good things about the training. As a brand new agent, I need all the tools and resources I can get and Lamacchia offered those things.”
What do you enjoy doing outside of work?
“I enjoy family time with my husband and son. I love being outside, going to the beach, spending time with family and friends, and traveling.”
What is your favorite part of your job?
“At the end of the day, when someone thanks you for your help, there is no better feeling.”
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What’s your favorite sport to play or watch?
“It used to be football, but my husband has converted me to soccer.”