Owner/Broker Maribeth Lynch of Thrive Real Estate Specialists Featured in Boston Globe “vastu shastra” Article
Owner/Broker Maribeth Lynch of Thrive Real Estate Specialists Featured in Boston Globe “Listing Lingo” Article
Maribeth was featured in a recent Boston Globe Article by Correspondent Vanessa Parks on Real Estate Lingo.The article covers the challenges with language on MLS descriptions and also some commonly used terms you will see used by many realtors.
Thrive Real Estate Specialists offering new shared office space at 555 main Street in Shrewsbury
Thrive Real Estate was recently featured in the Worcester Business Journal and The Worcester Telegram & Gazette after announcing their exclusive offering for leasing the new Shared Office Space at 555 Main Street in Shrewsbury. Formerly the Flagship Bank Building, this newly renovated shared working space offers the latest technology and a comfortable, professional atmosphere. For more information, visit: www.thriverealtors.com/555-shared-office-community-shrewsbury-ma/.
Thrive Real Estate Specialists Drone Use Featured in WBJ
Thrive Real Estate’s Broker/Owner, Maribeth McCauley Lynch was recently featured in the Worcester Business Journal’s article on the use of drones for business. When walking the property of one of her homes for sale in Westborough MA, Lynch looked up to the sky and was inspired by a hawk flying high above the property. “I knew the photos just didn’t do this property justice. When I heard about the use of drones for video, it seemed like a perfect opportunity to showcase the beauty of this land.” states Lynch.
Worcester Business Journal:
For Maribeth Lynch, owner/broker of Thrive Real Estate Specialists of Shrewsbury, an associate member of the town’s zoning board, when stores like Whole Foods open, it symbolizes progress. She has the Wegmans in Northborough as part of the standard tour she gives potential new buyers, along with driving by town hall and the park. “It’s something I promote” as a selling point, she said of the supermarket.
“For people who moved from Boston, it shows we’re right up there, front and center,” she said. “We’re looking to be valuable and give them the things they’d get in more urban settings,” while keeping a small-town feel and offering better affordability, she said. Read More
In a housing market that has never been hotter, real estate agents still have to pull out all the stops to market high-end properties to potential buyers.
Real estate agents have long relied on open houses to show off listings. But when it comes to luxury, million-dollar homes, they’re now using pimped-out, over-the-top open houses to help get buyers in the door. From coast-to-coast, brokers are throwing glamorous cocktail parties to make sure their most luxurious listings stand out. Read More
Telegram & Gazette
While the three most important factors in real estate are still location, location, location, Realtor Maribeth McCauley Lynch has added three more — harpist, yoga instructor and tarot card reader.
Ms. Lynch works for Coldwell Banker, and she has the task of selling a $1.35 million home in a community where the average price range for a home is $400,000 to $500,000. Read More