Boston Agent magazine’s top 10 agent snapshots

Our Agent Snapshot feature offers a spotlight on some of the many hardworking around the Bay State. And over the past year, our readers have enjoyed learning more about their lives and careers. Check out our most viewed Agent Snapshot profiles — and if you’re interested in participating next year, click here to be considered!

No. 10: Katie Gillis-Ware










“The number one lead generator for me is a happy former client of mine. Go above and beyond for your current clients. It will generate future business.” — Katie Gillis-Ware, Realtor, Leading Edge Real Estate, Reading

No. 9: Brandon Tabassi

“I always tried to be as constructive as possible with feedback regarding why the seller chose to go in a different direction (while still honoring discretion and confidentiality).” — Brandon Tabassi, President, Broker-of-Record, RE/MAX Partners Relocation

No. 8: Gina Anderson

“Don’t take for granted how hard you must work.” — Gina Anderson, Realtor, William Raveis, Wellesley

No. 7: Jennifer Holland

“I love being that point of contact or hub of all info related to real estate, home decorating and improvements, sharing my knowledge of the process and marketplace, as well as being a protector of my client’s best interests.” — Jennifer Holland, Real Estate Professional, ERA Key Realty Services

No. 6: Esin Susol

“At the end of the day, we are in a people-centered business; knowing how to read people and understand their needs, meet their expectations, being consistent and passionate about my job makes me more effective and reliable in the industry.” — Esin Susol, Vice President of Luxury Home Marketing/Realtor, Castles Unlimited

No. 5: Miles Wright

“My greatest accomplishment, thus far, hasn’t been one specific sale or deal but the growth that I see in myself with each transaction. All great things take time and that certainly applies to real estate.” — Miles Wright, Century 21 Cityside – Back Bay

No. 4: Christy Etienne

“For so many people buying real estate, or selling, is a life moment, and being a part of that is an honor,” — Christy Etienne, Realtor, Classified Realty Group, North Reading

No. 3: Ann DiMascio

“Selling or buying a home is a personal choice. I love helping people and pride myself on making their journey through it less stressful.” — Ann DiMascio, Realtor, Century 21 Shawmut Properties

No. 2: Lindsay Higgins

“Unless you reach out individually by phone or text to every single person you know on a daily basis, your sphere of influence isn’t thinking about you and that you can help them in real estate.” — Lindsay Higgins, Realtor, Classified Realty Group, North Reading

No. 1: Kevin Ochoa

“Find a mentor, learn everything they do, and then do it.” — Kevin Ochoa, Real Estate Sales Associate & Recruitment Consultant, United Brokers, Revere

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