About Maureen

Walt Disney is quoted as saying, "...the way to get started is to quit talking and start doing"

Maureen brings over 20 years of real estate experience to the table including being a Realtor, the general contractor of her own construction company, having tax and title work background, and managing her own real estate portfolio.  She is experienced in multi-family investment properties and is often asked to speak or coach to individuals or groups interested in multi-family investment. 

Being involved in many different real estate ventures over the years has given her a unique combination of hands-on management skills and deal structuring knowledge. 


Additionally, Maureen is an expert in acquisitions, due diligence and property management transitions. 

Applying her exceptionally diverse real estate experience along with her network engineering background, Maureen has helped to develop and manage multi-family investment properties.  

Maureen is active in the investment community and is a member of the Connecticut Real Estate Investors Association, The Apartment Owners Association of Connecticut, The Women's Real Estate Investors Association.

Passive Investing

Passive real estate investing is a way to invest in real estate to augment income considerably well without having to necessarily stress out one's self. You are not actively involved in generating profits or income from real estate; you are a passive investor.

Active Investing

An active real estate investment is one in which you buy a property and actively repair, maintain, lease, and administer it. You don't have to do all of them to actively own real estate. Simply taking the time to research and buy rental properties makes it an active investment.

Syndication

Real estate syndication is an effective way for investors to pool their financial and intellectual resources to invest in properties and projects much bigger than they could afford or manage on their own.

Multi-Family Investing

Multifamily residential (also known as multidwelling unit or MDU) is a classification of housing where multiple separate housing units for residential inhabitants are contained within one building or several buildings within one complex.

Resources

Some helpful resources for those starting out in multi-family investing.  Remember that education is the key to opening the door of success. 

Sharing with Maureen

Even with Maureen's busy schedule, she is passionate about sharing her ideas AND hearing your stories.  Jump over to 'Ask Maureen' and share your stories and ask questions.