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Emily LaPierre


Emily LaPierre


I may not be a native Bostonian, but I believe that gives me a competitive advantage, as I’ve spent years exploring every last inch of this city. Growing up on a large dairy farm in a small town in upstate New York, I dreamed of the day I’d find a city to settle in and call my own. I tried out many amazing places, including London and Los Angeles, and finally landed in this quaint city called Beantown. Once I learned where the nickname came from, I was ready to explore every neighborhood to find the best cup of coffee, doughnut shop, thrift store, and pad thai.

I’ve lived in and around the city, starting in Cambridge, then Somerville, making my way down to Jamaica Plain for a few years, and I eventually settled in my favorite location to date, Roslindale. I love living only a 10-minute train ride to the city’s hustle, and I have room to spread out and enjoy my backyard and off-street parking — a necessity to survive a Boston winter. Even my pup is a local at our favorite coffee shop around the corner.

I’ve always loved New England architecture and design, but my path to real estate was a bit winding. I attended Ithaca College in the Finger Lakes of New York. I received a degree in television-radio, and I had incredible opportunities like working on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and helping cover the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington with “NBC Nightly News.” After college, I found myself in the advertising industry, producing TV commercials for clients, including the National Association of Realtors® (foreshadowing?) and Progressive insurance (yes, I’ve met Flo). Although I loved being on set and the fast-paced environment of production, I knew I wanted to work in an industry where I could connect with people on a more personal level. 

I have always been obsessed with interior design, so I started by pursuing a certificate in residential design and working alongside talented designers and home stagers. I was able to see firsthand the transformative power beautiful and functional design can have in turning a house into a home. Naturally, the final step was to put two and two together. Whether prepping a home for sale or helping my clients see the hidden potential in each property we view, my experience as a designer goes hand in hand with my business as a real estate agent. 

I’ve spent the last six years thoughtfully designing a home for myself here in Boston. My goal is to lay the foundation for your home — figuratively, of course, as I am not a licensed contractor!

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