After 20 years of serving as a business leader and project manager in retail, Paul J. Cervone wanted a career change. He’d always had an interest in real estate and decided to take the leap into the industry upon moving back home to Massachusetts. Twelve years later, Cervone is thoroughly engaged in his craft, serving as a National Military Relocation Professional.
With a broad range of clientele and property-type specializations, Cervone works primarily in the townships of Massachusetts and New Hampshire. A forward-thinking strategist, he educates and guides his clients to an optimal real estate experience, describing his approach as “always coming from a place of positivity.” He sees business as a comprehensive endeavor and notes that with each client he assists, he is better positioned to execute the next client interaction at an even higher level of knowledge and service. It’s this posture of constant growth that’s facilitated his recent successes.
Cervone’s commendations with Lamacchia Realty include having made the President’s Club Elite group of awardees and ranking among the firm’s top five real estate agents for the past three years straight. He also received the Most Acquired Clientele award company-wide in 2021, and was recognized as one of RealTrend’s 2022 America’s Best Real Estate Professionals. Cervone was also awarded the Meghan A. Martin Award in 2021 for his dedication to sharing his wisdom with peers and colleagues.
A formidable business professional, Cervone is also a classically trained percussionist, composer and songwriter who attended the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston. He enjoys sports as well, having been ranked New England’s No. 1 tennis player at the age of 16. He loves sharing time with his family, traveling and playing pickleball.
Over the past four years Cervone has served hundreds of clients, quadrupling his business with over $104 million in sales volume.