Hi All, I Just want to go over briefly four things that you can do when you're selling your multi-family. Your two, your three, your four unit, your residential multi-family property. Four things that you can do to make sure that you maximize the price. That you ...View More
On December 14th, 2016 I finally closed on my first rental property! For over a year I have been educating myself as much as possible in real estate investing to one day finally take the plunge. That day finally came. A couple of months ago, a property on the MLS ...View More
I want to talk to you today a little bit about documentation, preparing to sell your multifamily property, any property in between two and 20 units. Typically, we're talking about two and four units, residential property, but this also applies ...View More
I often get the question, "why is my property worth less than my neighbor's? My neighbor's house sold for," in this particular situation, "$600,000. My house is listed at the same thing but I'm not getting the attention or it's not moving as quickly ...View More
VIDEO: Many would be investors start thinking about investing in real estate too late in the game. Here are a couple few why you should start thinking about real estate investing long before you buy your dream home.
Are you a current or aspiring landlord in Massachusetts? No matter how many years you have in the rental business, fully understanding your local market is one the most important thing you can do to ensure your long-term success. Receiving regular ...View More
When you are preparing to sell a MultiFamily, Here are 8 things you should do to ensure a smooth transition and to limit surprises.
We are currently in the process of finishing (hopefully) a 3 family listing in Dorchester, which has had many speed bumps along the way. The owner of the triple-decker decided to convert the property into three separate condos, going against the advice that he received from the listing agent. The ...View More