Boston University B.S. Financial Management The Wheeler School Alumna College Preparatory Licenses/Designations 2005 - Current Massachusetts Licensed Real Estate Broker Previous Series 7 (General Securities Representative, e.g. stockbroker) Series 63 (Uniform Securities Agent) Certified Financial Planner®
Jennifer is a luxury real estate consultant who applies more than twenty years of investment, real estate and client service expertise to each property transaction. After graduating from Boston University with a B.S. in Financial Management, she commenced her career as an associate in the tax advisory division at PricewaterhouseCoopers. Jennifer subsequently pivoted to the investment world when offered an opportunity to work with the trading group at Westfield Capital Management in Boston. This experience facilitated her transition to a high net worth team at a global wealth management company as an Investment Advisor and Certified Financial Planner where her responsibilities included portfolio construction, trading securities and client service. Eventually, this accrued education and investment experience was parlayed into the entrepreneurial centric career of real estate. She has participated in over $200 million in real estate sales due to the trust and friendships she has successfully cultivated with her clients.
Homeowners can be confident that Jennifer’s intimate association with the Greater Boston residential markets coupled with her experience with marketing properties ranging from condominiums and single family homes to multi-million dollar new construction developments guarantees that each unique listing will receive bespoke and maximum exposure for an expedited sale. She applies well-honed skills in personal service, marketing, networking, negotiation and use of applicable technology, including social media, to each real estate transaction.
Buyers and investors should know that Jennifer is aware that property acquisition is both a critical financial and emotional investment in the future. She is attuned to macro economic conditions, micro real estate trends, the relative strengths of condominium associations and neighborhood variables, which may impact future property values – all of which are fundamental components to synthesize when identifying a property to purchase.