Northshore native, Teagan Gaeta, takes pride in her Boston roots. She grew up in Ipswich, Massachusetts but her family is originally from Boston. Aside from being an avid Boston sports fan, Teagan also takes pride in the historic and cultural value the city offers and she is heavily involved her communities. As local expert, Teagan educates her real estate clients and shares her wealth of knowledge pertaining to the Boston area markets.
Teagan has expertise as a “first-time home buyer specialist”, which she says is one of the most enjoyable parts of her job. She dedicates a significant amount of her business to first time home buyers and she takes pride in sharing her outstanding team of lenders and attorneys. She also has access to a plethora of useful resources such as general contractors, inspectors and more for her clients.
Additionally, Teagan works closely with developers on the investment side of the real estate industry. Teagan specializes in condominium conversions in the Boston area and she prepares financial analysis for investment properties as well as property management. In the year that she has been working in Boston, Teagan has also become well-versed in the zoning process and has seen various companies’ projects through from start to finish.
With a blend of residential and commercial property experience, Teagan’s comprehensive understanding of the Boston Real Estate market is unmatched- and she is still going. Inquisitive by nature, Teagan is always learning more about her industry and strives to be a top leader within it. Teagan goes the extra mile to represent and educate her clients to the best of her ability.
Before moving back to Boston, Teagan earned her MBA and a certificate in ethics from Loyola University in Chicago. She began her career in real estate in 2013 at Re/Max in Chicago where she worked for two years primarily doing leasing. While she was with Re/Max she served as an executive assistant to a franchiser who owned over sixty rental units outside of the city and completed short sales. All of her prior positions gave her valuable experience and prepared her for the work she does today.
Outside of her career, Teagan is an active member of the community and is passionate about helping others. She volunteers her time at Big Sister Greater Boston as well as Rosie’s Place, a homeless shelter for women. Teagan also works with Women for Charlie and Latinos para Charlie, political groups that advocate for women’s rights and MassEcon to foster Economic Development in Massachusetts.
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