We are pleased to present our Agent Spotlight on Jamie Grossman—a longtime Newton resident, Jamie expertly blends her local neighborhood knowledge and sharp eye for design to help her clients find their own places to call home within this special community and surrounding towns.
What did you do before real estate and how did you get started in the business?
My residential sales career actually began in the late 80s and early 90s in Back Bay. I worked with Carlson Real Estate focused in the Back Bay and South End. Over the years, I have managed many home renovations and I appreciate the process of breathing new life into older homes.
What is something your clients find comfort in that makes them turn to you for their real estate needs?
I have great vision for a homes’ potential, and I can help clients see what is possible. I also deeply feel and understand the stress that comes with home selling and buying, and I use my own personal experiences to anticipate my clients’ needs and create as smooth a process as possible
What are some of your favorite local hobbies, activities or organizations that you participate in?
I have been a community volunteer for 30 years. My heart belongs to Jewish Family & Children’s Service where I have volunteered for 22 years including serving most recently as Board Chair. I serve as an Overseer of BIDMC. I am also committed to raising awareness for the needed support of our military community and their families. My favorite escape is fly-fishing out West in Montana and Wyoming.
What do you love most about where you live and work?
I have lived in Weston and Newton and now reside on West Newton Hill. Both are incredibly lovely towns. I love the vibrancy of Newton, the excellent shops and dining available, and the proximity to Boston.
What are three sources of joy in your week?
- Working out in my home garage gym is a must several times a week, and I love it!
- Walking with our Belgian Malanois Ranger around the neighborhood is a lot of fun and the houses are beautiful
- Any opportunity to see my daughters!