I have been involved in real estate for seven years. While on summer break from law school, I took night real estate classes to obtain my license. In every real estate transaction, I utilize negotiation, research, writing, and analytic skills acquired from practicing law to best represent my real estate clients. In addition to my legal background, as a graduate of NYU with a double major in communications and economics, I apply valued economic principals to the real estate transaction when representing investors and owner occupants. With a concentration in speech and interpersonal communication, I understand the importance of communication not just when negotiating a transaction or marketing a property for sale, but also with the client. Proper and respectful communication with my clients is critical to identifying the right property, the wise investment, or the best strategy for selling the property.
Through my success in real estate, I have utilized my skills in various ventures. I am a member of a real estate investment company specializing in acquiring distressed residential property to rehab then hold for rent. From the start of my company to now having an ownership interest in 28 units in just three years, I have a deep understanding on investment analysis, leveraging real estate to obtain financing, rate of return, property rehab, and the rental process. From my success in real estate investment, I authored the manual, "Working with Residential Investors." I taught my real estate manual to other Brokers in addition to the principals of real estate brokerage as a certified instructor in real estate licensing and education.
When not practicing real estate, I love spending time with my wife Jessica who is a physician at Massachusetts General Hospital. Jessica and I enjoy basketball, golf, skiing, snowmobiling, scuba diving, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.