Jamie Grossman is a well-known, trusted and compassionate member of the Greater Boston community. A Realtor with Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty, she offers her fresh, solution-driven approach to help her clients achieve the best results. Operating with the integrity for which she’s known, Grossman enjoys working with clients throughout the MetroWest and Greater Boston markets.
With her passion for real estate spanning three decades, Grossman has experience with residential renovations and project management. “Residential sales bring all of my experience together in one place,” says Grossman, “allowing me to assist clients with a mature and experienced approach, whether they are buying or selling their home, or both!”
Grossman loves the personal, trusted relationships she builds with her clients. Hailed by one client as “not just an agent, but a real estate life coach,” and with another saying, “she has great instincts, is attentive and responsive with a big dose of fun,” Grossman provides impactful guidance to buyers and sellers, simplifying the process into manageable steps to reduce stress and prevent unforeseen obstacles. “I am so happy to see relief on a seller’s face when they know they are in good hands and when a buyer finds ‘the one,’” she explains. “I never take for granted that I play a part in my clients’ journey.”
Deeply rooted in the Newton and Weston communities, Grossman has served on the board of Jewish Family & Children’s Service of Boston for 20 years and recently finished her three-year tenure as board president. She is a member of the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Board of Overseers and is an advocate for military family support. Her three daughters attended The Rashi School and Weston High School.
Outside of work, Grossman loves her family time and escaping out West to go fly-fishing with her better half, Bob.