Biography

Ted Carbone has grown up surrounded by the real estate industry. With both his father and grandmother working in real estate, becoming a real estate agent always made sense. Originally from Melrose, Massachusetts, Ted has lived on the North Shore, South Shore, and Cape Cod, acclimating himself with what each part of Massachusetts offers.

Ted’s passion for helping his clients step by step in the real estate process is evident. With 10+ years in the communications industry, Ted uses leverages his experience to best help his clients in this ever-changing real estate market. Put him in a tough negotiation and watch who wins! Ted’s goal in real estate – make it simple, seamless, and as stress-free for his clients as possible.

What made you want to join Lamacchia Realty? 

“ I met Anthony in 2014 at my high school job. He didn’t know who I was, but his humility and passion for getting to know people stood out. Lamacchia is dedicated to their employees, as much as their clients. They provide a team of resources that’s truly unmatched.” 

What do you enjoy doing outside of work? 

“Being with friends and family. Whether it’s a backyard BBQ, watching the big game or spending an afternoon at a brewery, time with loved ones is what I enjoy most.” 

What is your favorite thing about your job? 

“My favorite part of the job is hearing everyone’s different stories. Each home has a story, as do the items inside! Stories build rapport and even more, make the real estate process fun.” 

Do you have a favorite charity? 

“Yes, a few! I’m a huge supporter of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Not only do they help young patients and their families, but they also freely share their research, for all to use. I also recently became a supporter of JDFR, after being diagnosed with Type One Diabetes at age 25. The diabetic community has made great strides over the last century and I’m hopeful this century there will be a cure.” 

What are your favorite sports, and sports teams? 

“I love all our Boston teams! Growing up, baseball was the sport that occupied every afternoon and weekend in my family. There’s nothing better than a summer afternoon at Fenway Park.” 

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