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When you’re ready for a change

Change is one of life’s certainties. We all grow older. A health crisis, loss of a partner or a decision to retire may be a recent life event for you. The multifamily building you’ve owned for decades becomes too much work to maintain. With rents to collect and repairs to be made, it might be time to sell.

Whatever your reason, you can sell your multifamily building and cash out, leverage up to a larger property or simplify by buying a building that can be leased to a small business. Commercial properties can be much easier to manage.

Our team stands ready to guide you through this process. Buyers and sellers look to us for more than a real estate transaction. We take the time to work with you to achieve a specific goal. Whether you’re in the market to buy a larger or smaller investment property, we can advise you on how to defer paying a capital gains tax with a qualified intermediary through a 1031 exchange or partial 1031 exchange by reinvesting in like kind property of equal or greater value.

We help align your properties and your goals.

MultiFamily in Central Massachusetts

Our focus is on Greater Worcester and Central Massachusetts. In a smaller market than Boston, buyers here seek a larger return on investment. With multifamily property prices close to half of those in Boston, Worcester offers significant returns.

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Our Clients are Loyal

Whether you’re selling or buying a multifamily residential building or mobile home park, we can find properties in the Greater Worcester or Central Massachusetts market. We understand that change is challenging. We’re here to listen and guide you through the process. You deserve an experience that is reassuring, not high-pressure. Our expertise, extensive connections and savvy advice will enable you to find a buyer or new property so you can move on with your life.

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Featured ProPERTY
13-15 Gates Street
Worcester, MA

Worcester’s Rise Boosts Sale

This well-maintained 6,669 sf multifamily property had five single bed units and five studio units with off-street parking. Recent unit updates, energy audit and upgrades, and roof improvements offered a new owner few maintenance headaches. The current owner sought to shift his real estate assets to another market and was ready to sell.

Fully occupied with considerable cash flow, more than half of the property’s units were leased to a reputable state nonprofit organization. Their clients included adults with a range of developmental and mental health challenges. One benefit of this institutional lease was a lower-than-average vacancy rate.

The team at NAI Glickman Kovago & Jacobs prepared a proforma detailing the building’s net operating income and current tenant agreements, which demonstrated both positive cash flow and future flexibility in the tenant mix. The new owner was ready to begin investing in Worcester’s rising economy, adding to a portfolio of Boston and Providence properties.

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Contact us to learn how your business can benefit from our full-service commercial real estate team’s full attention.