A lifelong resident of the great state of Massachusetts, Michelle graduated cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in psychology from University of Massachusetts, Amherst. While in law school at New England Law in Boston, Michelle was awarded an American Jurisprudence in UCC Sales, was named a New England Scholar, and was appointed to the New England Law Review where she was a Senior Technical Coordinating Editor and her Article about the Webster v. Motorola, Inc. case was published.
Graduating magna cum laude in 1996, Michelle’s Aunt, a real estate broker, introduced her to the industry and became her mentor, immediately beginning her career in real estate. Quickly learning about title examination and transferring of property, Michelle showed a natural talent for real estate law.
During the 2008 economic crash and subsequent housing crisis, Michelle evolved into the foreclosure / default field to assist in the sales of REO properties.
Now, Michelle has returned to conventional real estate and her practice consists of negotiating purchase and sale agreements, reviewing title examinations, title curative work, and assisting real estate agents, buyers and sellers through the entire transaction process.
Michelle and her husband live in Chelmsford, MA with their 3 sons. When she’s not working, Michelle follows all the New England sports teams, including those of her boys.