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Jamie Cuzzocreo is a residential and commercial real estate agent.
Before honing a career in luxury and investment real estate, Jamie Cuzzocreo's studies and athleticism led him to professional snowboarding, golfing, and degrees in both business and sports management.
Jamie grew up on a nine-hole golf course in the Fenwick neighborhood of Old Saybrook, Connecticut, three houses down from Katharine Hepburn. The multi-million dollar homes of this upmarket Shoreline community were the backdrop to Jamie's early golfing years.
After completing primary school at The Country School in Madison, Jamie went on to study at Old Saybrook High School and Fairfield County's Weston High. As an upperclassman, he left school from November through March to attend Mount Snow Academy in Vermont. Jamie was both a dedicated student and a competitive snowboarder specializing in the halfpipe.
With a business degree from the University of New Haven under his belt, Jamie traveled to the Professional Golfers Association School in Port St. Lucie, Florida to earn a second degree in sports management. He went on to work as the assistant professional at Miacomet Golf Course in Nantucket during the summer months and went south to the PGA National Golf Club in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida in the winter.
The passion behind Jamie's athletic and educational success fuels his real estate acumen and business skills today. As a listing agent, Jamie represents some of the most valued pieces of real estate in the Northeast, and as a buyer’s agent, he advises a wide range of clients, from first-time homebuyers to tenured investors.
A lifetime of living and working among iconic homes and promising properties has given Jamie a talented eye for real estate, and his skill has led to countless clients finding their ideal properties. Jamie continues to make a name for himself as a proactive Connecticut real estate agent dedicated to seamless, enjoyable transactions and community engagement.
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