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I love real estate, I really do. I love looking at homes, meeting people, hearing the stories (both of people and of the homes) and doing research to see what a home is really worth.
Selling someone’s home is extra special, as I get to spend time really learning the ins and outs of a particular home and I get to help someone out. It is very rewarding, I have a great job.
I work very hard. I, rarely, take a day off and I don’t restrict my business to one of two towns. I have lived in Massachusetts my entire life, growing up in Worcester and living in Boston since 1994. I know the cities and towns of eastern and central Massachusetts VERY well. When working with a buyer, it is not uncommon for me to show them homes in multiple cities and towns. I work until they are satisfied. If you were to ask some of my buyer clients, they would tell you; I do not tire out easily and I love what I do.
Like most Brokers, real estate was not my first love. Initially, I was a professional rowing coach. I worked, mainly, with college athletes (Northeastern, MIT, Brandeis as Head Coach and Boston College as Head Coach) but also worked in training Olympic level rowers. I coached the US Development team and sent rowers to compete at the World Championships, representing the USA. Sadly, coaching did not pay the bills. A friend of mine knew how much I was interested in homes and in working with people (since I was a coach, after all) suggested that I give real estate a try. With that, I found the perfect job for me and the rest is history.
Please take the time to read my reviews and to ask around about me. I take my role as an agent very seriously. You will find that I do a great job for my clients. I work as hard as I can to protect my clients and their investments and don’t sleep until the job is done.
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