Edward Amatucci has developed everything from robotic devices to scientific instruments for space missions over the past 30 years as an engineer, but he has also had a long-time interest in real estate, from holding a Realtors® license in the past to assisting his father over the years on several investment properties and more recently a commercial property.
As retirement approaches, Eddie wants to enjoy a second career serving others more directly. He sees real estate as a natural choice.
Eddie’s management and contract skills have prepared him well to professionally represent his clients as a member of the WEICHERT, REALTORS® — New Colony team. He chose to join a Weichert brokerage for its training, its lead generation programs and the marketing systems it has in place to give a seller’s home excellent exposure in the marketplace. “Those are the characteristics that set Weichert apart from other brokers,” Eddie says.
Eddie describes himself as family-oriented above all else. He says that his big Italian family has taught him to serve others and put other people first. “Faith, Family, Fun,” is a personal motto. As a first-generation American, he has a solid belief in working hard and earning his successes.
Born in Silver Spring and a life-long resident of Maryland, Eddie has lived in Mount Airy for nearly 20 years with his wife, Sally, and raised their three children there. He earned a Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Maryland, a Masters of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering from Johns Hopkins University, and a Masters of Science in Technical Management also from Johns Hopkins University. He has earned many professional awards in his engineering career, and now looks forward to the personal achievements of guiding his clients through the sale or purchase of their home.
He is a member of the Sports Car Club of America, Washington, DC Region (WDCR-SCCA) and is the editor of its online magazine, The Straightpipe. He also enjoys fishing and golf; and supports St. Michael’s Church, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and the Frederick Rescue Mission, among other charities.