Wellesley Real Estate Report
If you want an agency that is focused on results- not awards- you’ve come to the right place.
If you ALWAYS want to deal directly with the principals, choose us.
We are small (small is the new big!) and personal yet fully invested in the cutting edge of Internet marketing technology
We have access to every current listing of homes, condos, town houses, and rentals in Wellesley and surrounding communities
Every current residential property listing in Wellesley is electronically received by our computer in real time and updated on a continuous basis 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Contrary to what you may have been told or read, all MLS members receive these identical listings – electronically at the same time. And our brokers have the ability to access these listings not only in our office but anywhere they are, any time of day. This guarantees that we are on top of a constantly changing and highly dynamic market around the clock.
If you want a small, client-centric boutique agency that believes in a concierge level of personal service, contact us.
Isn’t it far more important that you, the client - and your needs- come first?
I think so. That’s one thing that makes me different from many agents. And has for the 25 years I have been marketing real estate.
Awards don’t sell houses. Proper pricing, expert marketing, and hard work does.
If you want a “cookie-cutter” Realtor™, then my expertise isn’t for you. If you think otherwise, let’s get together. You talk. I’ll listen. And we’ll plan how to get your home sold on your schedule, on your terms, and for the most money possible.
Aren’t you far more interested in what I can do for you?
I would be.
About Mark Grupposo
As the owner of small businesses and having worked in a full-service ad agency, I’ve come to realize the power of a comprehensive marketing plan in selling real estate.
I also know that each client- whether seller or buyers- has unique motivations, needs, and goals. The most fun and rewarding parts of my job are when I can help make that happen for you.
If you’d like to find out more, give me a call on my cell phone at (508) 509-7895 or email Mark@WellesleyRealEstate.com
31 Central Street, Wellesley Square
Category Archives: Wellesley Homeowners
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