When it comes to buying or selling your next investment property, you need an expert on your side. Chris Taylor has represented both sides of the transaction and on several occasions has acted as a dual agent. Chris knows the ins and outs of Boston’s real estate market and uses his in depth knowledge of the rental market to provide realistic cash flow expectations, not inflated numbers that only look good on paper.
Chris is committed to providing his clients with exceptional service. Whether it’s finding a phenomenal purchase, marketing your property for sale, or negotiating a deal, you know that Chris is working for you.
“Chris was very diligent and professional when selling my property. He was able to get me top dollar for my multi-family property earning a 33.9% return on investment in under 2 years!” – S. Kim
“…[Chris’] upfront research was thorough and accurate. His pricing strategy was aggressive but realistic. This transaction was one of many moving parts dealing with two sets of tenants, multiple utilities, a few contractors, a second broker, the City of Boston, and my attorney all to be dealt with while I was 1500 miles away…[he’s] persuasive with prospective buyers, assertive with third parties, and always thorough and timely with me. When Chris said he’d handle or follow through on something I could depend that it would happen. Chris is knowledgeable about his business, has a courteous and engaging personal style, and is quite resourceful as I discovered when he, in a quite forthright manner, used one fairly good offer to generate a second and better offer from another buyer. Chris is a professional in an industry often populated by amateurs.” – L. Powers
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