Sandy Lucchesi, a real estate agent with RE/MAX Executive Realty, has been helping clients buy and sell homes for 18 years. Prior to entering the real estate industry, Lucchesi spent nearly two decades working in the technology field. A resident of Hopkinton since 1985, she recently purchased a home in downtown Hopkinton, where she enjoys walking to restaurants, the farmer’s market, community events and other local points of interest.
As an expert in the field, Lucchesi frequently is asked by clients for her assessment of the real estate market, which she says is “anything but static.” Over 18 years, Lucchesi has worked in “up and down markets, but nothing came close to the last two years,” she says. “2021 was the most extreme seller’s market we have ever seen, and while it is still a seller’s market, the good news is that it is not as frenzied. It is transitioning to a healthier, more reasonable market.”
For those looking to buy, Lucchesi says, “The positive news is that inventory is gradually increasing and competition is lessening. While interest rates have increased in 2022, there are various programs buyers can evaluate, and rates are expected to level.
“In addition to my years as a Realtor, my personal life experiences have allowed me to enrich the depth and quality of services for my clients,” Lucchesi says. “One of my passions is helping clients who are looking for a new lifestyle, just like me with moving downtown.” She mentions, for example, helping clients move to the Pinehills Golf Club community in Plymouth as well as Cape Cod and Boston. “RE/MAX has a huge referral system throughout the country, which allows me to help folks find homes anywhere,” she adds.
Hopkinton is a “highly desirable” place to live, Lucchesi says. “There were only about 8,000 people and one traffic light when we first moved here,” Lucchesi recalls. “The population has more than doubled, the schools are highly ranked, we have our own center for the arts, and yes, there is more than one light.”
In addition to her business, Lucchesi has been an active volunteer in the schools, the community and charitable endeavors for almost 30 years. Currently, she is the president of the RE/MAX Executive Charitable Foundation. “I am very proud of this nonprofit whose primary goal is to improve the lives of families or individuals in need,” she says. Lucchesi also is a member of the Hopkinton Women’s Club, and she admires its commitment to helping others in the community through volunteer services.
“When clients refer me to friends or family, I want them to be able to say that Sandy was amazing, whether negotiating, communicating or solving an issue,” she says. “I greatly value my clients and want to be able to exceed their expectations. Most importantly and most rewarding is knowing that my clients are ecstatic — ecstatic because they had a great experience selling their home and can move on to their new life experience, or because they have found the home of their dreams.”
To learn more, visit sandylhomes.com or call 508-380-4405.
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