Unlimited Sotheby’s International Realty Welcomes Four Agents to JP Office

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Unlimited Sotheby’s International Realty is pleased to announce that Linda Emmetts, April Nelson, Emmanuel Scibilia and Josephine Tsui have joined the company. They will be working out of the agency’s Jamaica Plain location at 673 Centre St.


“We are thrilled to welcome Linda, April, Emmanuel and Josephine and look forward to supporting them in the growth of their individual businesses. They are dedicated, connected to the community and are consummate professionals who bring versatility and valuable skill sets with them,” said Jon Ufland, Principal & Managing Broker, Unlimited Sotheby’s International Realty. “We are committed to providing the community a luxury experience which starts by providing the highest quality, local professionals selling homes at all price points.”

Linda Emmetts is a longtime Jamaica Plain resident and brings more than 20 years of experience and expertise. Before real estate, Emmetts worked as an Acute Care Psychiatric Nurse at McLean Hospital in Belmont.

April Nelson, a longtime Roslindale resident, and as a certified Real Estate Negotiation Expert (RENE), Nelson is able to negotiate the best deal possible, whether representing a buyer or a seller.

Josephine Tsui, a longtime resident of Boston and a 15-year resident of JP. Prior to real estate, Tsui spent 20 years in management, business development, marketing, and human resources. She also ran her own recruiting consulting business. Josephine is fluent in Mandarin.

Emmanuel Scibilia, a seasoned sales agent with 16 years in real estate, and he’s consistently been named a top producer and has received numerous awards and recognition for his client service. He is also a longtime Bostonian and Jamaica Plain resident. Before real estate, he worked in housing services and social work for more than 10 years. He is fluent in Spanish, French, and Italian.

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