Melanie is responsible for over $140 million in transactions.
Boston Magazine's Top Producer of 2019
Melanie Olinto is a real estate agent with over 16 years of experience selling homes in and around the Greater Boston area. Melanie's path to real estate came via a Bachelor of Arts in English from Colby College in Maine. After graduating, she spent four years in event planning and fund-raising for the Muscular Dystrophy Association in Boston. The desire to help others, organize large-scale events and negotiate the best deal translated easily to helping people find their dream home.
Melanie offers personal commitment to her clients - aiming to earn their trust and keep them as clients for life. High energy, patience, and honesty are the values that Melanie displays when helping buyers and sellers understand the complexity of executing a real estate transaction. Whether upgrading within the city, moving to the suburbs or returning to town, Melanie uses her expertise and persistence to give her clients peace of mind throughout the entire process.
Because she has built her business on friends and referrals, Melanie understands the value of relationships. She genuinely cares about her customers and delivers a personal experience.
As of late 2018, Melanie has closed over $25M in transactions - making this her busiest year yet. She averaged $20M in sales in 2016 and 2017, both years earning her recognition in "Boston's Top 20 Agents". In 2014, Melanie earned her “Diamond Level” for Engel & Volkers Worldwide after closing over $17M in transactions. Melanie is a member of the Greater Boston Real Estate Board.
When Melanie isn’t working with clients, you will find her with her husband, three boys and their Golden Retriever at one of many parks of the South End - where she has been a resident for over 13 years. She is heavily invested in the community and helps her husband run a neighborhood basketball program for kids of all ages: the South End Youth Basketball League. Melanie also enjoys working out at her Crossfit gym or running along the Charles River.