Invest in a Boston Home for the Long Term

According to the (NAR) National Association of Realtors one should only purchase a home or apartment (in our case a Boston Home) if you plan to live there for a least seven years. Anything less than that and you will lose a large amount of money. For the average person, (not the knowledgeable and experienced investor) it is better to buy property that you are actually going to live in and forget trying to get rich by flipping property.FlipHousesCover

Flipping properties looks great on Television, in fact there is one program that is dedicated to flipping Boston real estate and it looks so simple. Do not believe it. This is an art in itself and unless you partner with an experienced Realtor and/or investor leave the “flipping” to someone else.

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MAXWELL@BOSTONLUXE.COM • CELL: (617) 543-7754 • OFFICE: (617) 267-4600 Maxwell Burke began his real estate career nearly 20 years ago doing appraisals with his father in Southern California and Northern Texas. He grew up in a family environment so oriented towards investment and real estate that to call his upbringing entrepreneurial would be a disservice. From his grandfather's multiple developments ranging from British Columbia down into Southern Mexico to his uncle's holdings in Portland, Oregon, Maxwell has been given a view not just of Boston real estate, but of American real estate. Maxwell and Drew Abysalh met in 2009 and increasingly consolidated their business models together culminating in their partnership in 2011. With over 300 real estate deals under his belt ranging from a standard rental to a $1.5 million condo conversion, Maxwell is a tremendous resource to help you realize your real estate dreams. Welcome to Boston Luxe - it's a pleasure to meet you. Google