In our “Meet the Team” blog series, you can learn a little bit more about your favorite Boston real estate professionals. Each month, we will highlight one of our agents - taking a look at their professional accomplishments and work style and also giving an insight into what makes them unique. Take a few moments to read about what makes the team at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Warren Residential so very special.
This month, we would like to introduce you to Zack Harwood! Zack leads one of the top producing teams at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Warren Residential, Zack Harwood Real Estate. Take a moment to learn more about him:
What is your go-to strategy for generating business?
We focus on customer service with the goal of developing life-long relationships with our clients. Our clients tend to refer us to friends and family based on their experience in working with us. Additionally, we generate new business opportunities from multi-channel marking efforts including, but not limited to, testimonials and online reviews, multiple portfolio and property search websites, online advertising, social media, and print advertising.
What's one piece of advice you'd give to someone looking to buy or sell a property in today's market?
Whether you’re a buyer or a seller, having personalized communication and guidance towards achieving your goals is key. In this market, it’s easy to get tripped up without an agent that’s truly in your corner.
What are you binge-watching/reading/listening to lately?
Mostly Real Estate Podcasts like Level Up with Greg Harrelson, Team Building Podcast with Jeff Cohen, Cash Call with Brian Curtis and Dale Archdekin, and Ninja Selling.
Where did you grow up?
Westborough, MA in Central Massachusetts. It is about 1 down over the imaginary "Eastern, MA" line.
What's your favorite neighborhood in Boston and why?
Boston's South End has a little bit for everyone. It has the classic brownstone feel in certain parts while having more modern buildings and lofts in the southern SOWA sub-neighborhood. We have a home in West Roxbury, one of Boston's more distal neighborhoods, which is a great place for having a standalone house in the city while having a semi-suburban feel with the amenities of a city. One day, if we were to return downtown, we'd likely look in the South End because of the vibrant restaurant scene, proximity to Back Bay, and quaint neighborhood feel.