About Nicole LeBlanc
Nicole grew up in Ashburnham Massachusetts and attended Fitchburg State College where she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education and Psychology. In 2004 worked for MOC childcare supervising daycares. In 2006 Nicole opened her own preschool program through Early Education and Care for 10 years. She then went on to teach an ESL program for Worcester Public Schools. Once the position was cut by the budget Nicole began working for LUK Crisis Center in Fitchburg, working with foster care children and families through Department of Social Services. While running the preschool business in 2014 she obtained her real estate license working part time and easing herself into the business.
Nicole has worked with many buyers, sellers and investors. Nicole loves the real estate business and feels she has found a true passion in helping people find the perfect home for their families and sell their property which can also be emotional for families.
Nicole chose to work for Lamacchia Realty because it is the most innovative company out there. The systems, training and organization of the company is amazing. The amount of support and “caring” for their agents is next to no other real estate company.
Today she lives in Ashby with her fiancé Greg and five children. Her and her fiancé have a blended family with five children making us a large family of 7. The ages of our children are 8 years old to 15 years old.
Outside of Work I Enjoy:
“I love spending time with my husband to be and our five children, the beach, great food, relaxing, interior decorating, and laughing!!”
My Favorite Sports:
“I love watching football and the food. Probably the food more honestly!”
Favorite Part of My Job:
“With my background in education and social work I always have a deep need to help people even if it is a tough situation. I love to help my clients feel comfortable and educated them on buying or selling a home. I want all of my clients to have a great experience when working me. I take pride in my clients remembering me as genuine.”