Since she entered real estate in 1988, Jamie Grossman has lived in the very communities in which she does business, with the past 16 years spent in Newton and the previous 16 in Weston. And with her daughters having attended school in Newton, Weston and Rashi, Grossman’s deep connections to the community were forged in the bleachers of soccer games and the auditoriums of dance recitals.
Grossman’s local involvement extends to the volunteer realm as well. For more than 22 years, she has served on the board of directors for the Jewish Family & Children’s Service of Boston, with three of those years spent as board president, and she founded HomeFront Strong, a program that supports military families.
Described by a former client as “not just an agent, but a real estate life coach,” Grossman understands that buying or selling a home can be a stressful, and sometimes even emotional, process and not a challenge that people should have to face alone. “I bring my firsthand knowledge and life experiences to the table in order to provide full support to my clients and make the process of buying or selling as stress free as possible,” Grossman says.
While Grossman is empathetic to her clients’ situations, she knows effectiveness at the negotiating table is equally important. Despite today’s skyrocketing prices and seller’s market, she was recently able help one of her clients purchase a home for $1 million less than asking price. Knowledgeable, personable and effective, Grossman truly is the whole package when it comes to her work as a Realtor.