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[:en]Agent Spotlight: Jamie Phillips[:]


What did you do before real estate and how did you get started in the business?

Before real estate, I studied music composition at LSU with a dream to create film scores. Music brought me on a trip to Boston, where I met my now wife, Brittany, who is a viola player and teacher. It was in Boston that I found my passion for helping people and my love for this city, both fulfilled through real estate. Real estate provides the freedom to continue working towards my musical goals while being in a profession that inspires me.

What is something your clients find comfort in that make them turn to you for their real estate needs?

I hope that my clients always feel the integrity and quality of the work that I do for them. I keep their best interests in mind before any other factor. Past clients have expressed gratitude for the kindness and sincerity that accompanies the process of working with me as their real estate agent. I hope that my clients will always feel cared for and valued. Additionally, my background in technology has allowed me to streamline home search process for my clients, saving them time and energy.

What are some of your favorite local organizations that you participate in?

I love playing music at my church, Hillsong Boston, where I am a part of the Creative team. Our church outreach organization, City Hope, partners with great local organizations like the Pedro Martinez Foundation. Through our local church, my wife and I love giving back to our community whether it is being a part of the food and toy drives during the holiday season, filling up backpacks for students in need heading back to school, or throwing family fun days around Boston's beautiful public parks during the summer months.

What about the markets you serve excite you most?

Boston is such a hub for innovation, diversity, and technology. I love that I get to play a part in people moving to my city and experiencing all that it has to offer. The Greater Boston Area can welcome families, young professionals and students alike. There is so much to be enjoyed here, and it doesn't hurt that we have the best football team either.

Describe your perfect day off.

Morning coffee with the love of my life, my wife Brittany, followed by a hike in the mountains with our pup, Melo. We'd probably wrap up at a local brewery, and find some ice cream on the way home.

What are three sources of joy in your week?

More than anything, I find joy in my faith. My beautiful wife, Brit, constantly makes me laugh, and our 8-pound Cavapoo (who thinks he's an 80-pound German Shepherd) keeps us both on our toes.

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