Melissa Sabbagh


A little about me...

Meet Melissa, formerly a teacher, who started her career as a real estate agent because of her passion for helping people and her fascination with the world of real estate, inspired by her own experience of purchasing a home. Melissa has found a new sense of fulfillment in working with adults, fostering connections, and engaging in meaningful conversations. She thrives on the motivation she gains from her fellow agents, who serve as her cheerleaders in both professional and personal endeavors. With degrees from Fashion Institute of Technology, William Paterson University, and Montclair State University, Melissa brings a wealth of knowledge to the table. One of her significant achievements in her career was having two offers accepted within just two days—an accomplishment that showcases her tenacity and skill as an agent.

She’s been married for 20 years to her husband, Basel, and they have three beautiful children together, Julian, Eva, and Adrianna. The experience of raising a special needs child inspired her to pivot her career path, always prioritizing her family above all else, guided by a deep-seated commitment to providing unwavering love and support. Melissa resides in Wayne, where she has called home for the past 19 years. 

Outside of work, Melissa's greatest passion lies in spending time with her children and cherishing the moments watching them excel in their activities. Personally, she finds solace in gardening, finding it both relaxing and rewarding to nurture her plants and watch them grow. Fun fact- Melissa's grandmother taught her how to sew clothes and pillows, a skill that adds to her multifaceted personality.

Melissa's positive attitude and willingness to listen and learn make her a valuable asset to her team's success. Her drive for success in her field is not only for herself, but also as a role model for her children, demonstrating the value of hard work and determination. In the coming years, she looks forward to helping more families as her children grow older.