Get to Know Chris Kostopoulos

Get to Know Chris Kostopoulos

I am absolutely passionate about everything having to do with real estate! I have learned everything I possibly could about houses, the home buying process, advising buyer clients, as well as preparing and marketing of homes for seller clients. My approach is consultative – I listen very carefully and pay attention to what’s important to you so that I am able to advise you properly. I also walk through the process with you in advance so that you’ll know what to expect.

Personally, I have experienced many facets of real estate for myself and my family: buying, selling, as well as building and renovating houses. Having been involved in all these areas, I have a great appreciation for what my clients are going through. I am able to advise you as both a professional and as someone who has been in your shoes.

I offer real estate representation in the Greater Boston Area, particularly Boston, Brookline, and Newton. Busy professionals who are either first-time buyers, or homeowners looking to sell their home are my specialty. I save you time and money, plus I provide many intangibles which smooth out the ordinarily stressful real estate process.

Featured Articles and Posts

My property appraisal is lower than my purchase price.

When you apply for a mortgage, the bank has a professional appraiser perform an appraisal of the property. The question today is: what if the appraisal comes in lower than the price you have agreed to pay? And the answer, like the answer to many questions, is: “It depends”. Mostly, it depends on what it…

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Real Estate Agent vs Salesperson vs. Broker vs. Realtor – What’s the Difference?

They're not all the same! And they're not all mutually exclusive. What's the difference? And how does it affect me...the buyer or seller?

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Should I include it or exclude it when I sell my home?

Not only will we look at what sellers typically include and exclude when they sell their home in the Greater Boston area, but also how they should inform buyers about exclusions, and how they can avoid unnecessary problems.

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