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Industry MVP: Anthony Lamacchia, Lamacchia Realty

by Boston Agent

If there is one person in the real estate industry in 2020 who wasn’t afraid to tell it like it is, it was Anthony Lamacchia. He consistently shared the challenging realities of the housing market with agents, buyers and sellers alike. When many chose to be silent and wait it out, Lamacchia stood up and shared everything he knew about the market; the good and the bad.

In fact, he built his entire career on being honest, straightforward and real with everyone he worked with. His genuine demeanor and honest approach were embraced by buyers and sellers when he first started his career in Real Estate in 2004. Eventually, Lamacchia grew from a REALTOR to a team of REALTORS, until it transitioned into a traditional brokerage model in 2015.

It is Anthony’s determination and work ethic that has led his brokerage to continue to stand out among the rest. With unparalleled training and services for their REALTORS, Lamacchia Realty stands true to its mission statement, guiding its agents to success.

Lamacchia Realty has grown to over 400 agents and 9 different branch office locations. In 2020, the company reached the impressive benchmark of $1 billion in sales volume and is on track to greatly surpass that number in 2021.

None of this hard work has gone unnoticed. Anthony Lamacchia was named a Futurist Forward Thinker by RISMedia in 2020. MAR awarded him a Private Property Rights Award. He was named the Vice-Chair of the NAR Conventional Financing Committee. Real Trends ranked him among their Game Changers list. He was named a RISMedia News Maker. Anthony was appointed as the Chair of 2022 Conventional Financing and Policy Committee, Member of 2022 Public Policy Coordinating Committee and as a Member of 2022 Sustainability Advisory Group by NAR. 

Runners up:

  • Ken Hager, Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty
  • Zack Harwood, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Warren Residential

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