My name is Sue Palomba. I was born in Avellino Italy where my parents left Italy to move to the United States for a better opportunity. We landed in Bronx New York and resided there 6 months. After my parents came to Wakefield, MA where they fell in love with the beauty of the lake.
At age 19, My father suggested that I take the Real Estate Course. My parent’s passion was Real Estate. They felt that taking a class would be beneficial to me other than hanging out at the beach. Taking the class introduced me to the world of Real Estate. Intend to follow that path, I graduated from Merrimack College with a degree in Business In 1988.
During my college years, I met a wonderful man named Americo and we married in 1989. I am proud to say we that we are lucky to have 2 talented and beautiful daughters Rosa 23 and Melisa 20. Through all this, I pursued a career in Real Estate. Having such a precious family gave me an understanding of land and home. I felt myself in my parent’s shoes. They came to America for opportunity. Real Estate has allowed me to that for others.
Sharing people’s dreams, helping them buy their first home or sell there last has been rewarding. Learning what draw people to a home or property is the most important skill a Real Estate agent can possess. Consumers need all the information a dedicated agent can provide, such as home values, tax rates and more.
With great motivation, I serve back in community service. It is my privilege for the past 10 years to serve as a member of the Eastern Middlesex Board, representing 1100 members in the benefit committee and providing support for the Eastern Real Estate Board. In 2009 I participated in Dancing With the Realtors for the benefit of Habitat of Humanity. Here I danced the fox trot, waltz, and the swing. This event contributed to building homes in communities for the unfortunate. One of my favorite community service is calling out bingo numbers for the elderly at the Saugus Senior Center on Wednesday afternoon. Laughing with them, enjoying their company, is so much fun.
My latest volunteer work is I became an officer at the Saugus-Everett Elks where I serve 782 members. I have been a member for the last 4 years. This organization is a non-profit organization benefitting handicapped children, sponsor scholarships, athletic teams and veteran work. One person can make a huge difference in a community.
With a strong family foundation, a fantastic country, and a fulfilling career it has been my pleasure to help others achieve long term wealth for the last 29 years in Real Estate.