About Mark O'Donnell
Sales Associate - Wellesley Office
75 Central Street, Wellesley, MA 02482
| Cell: 617.733.5464 | Office: 781.235.5000
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Published author of "Better Real Estate Decisions", a 200 page guidebook for sellers, buyers, and investors. Available on Amazon.
- 2007 Top Listing Associate - Newton Office
- 2007 Top Producing Associate - Newton Office
- 2007 Top Associate Closed Units - Newton Office
- 2008 Top Producing Associate - Wellesley Office
- 2008 Top Associate Closed Units - Wellesley Office
- 2009 Top Associate Closed units #1 in Massachusetts
- 2009 Top Associate Closed Units - Wellesley Office
- 2012 Top Associate Closed Units - Wellesley Office
- 2015 Top Listing Agent - Wellesley Office
- 2017 Top Listing Agent - Wellesley Office
- 2017 Top Associate Closed Units - Wellesley Office
- 2018 Top Associate Closed Units - Wellesley Office
- 2020 Top Associate Closed Units - Wellesley Office
- 2021 Top Producing Associate - Wellesley Office
- National Association of Realtors
- Massachusetts Association of Realtors
- Greater Boston Real Estate Board
- MIT Sloan School - MS Management
- Columbia University - BA Political Science
- Property Valuation Specialist
- First time homebuyers
- Investment property evaluation
- Columbia University Club of New England
- Volunteer - Newton Public Library tutoring English
- Community service volunteer
- Resident of Historic Chestnut Hill
- Conversational Spanish
My real estate practice focuses on matching my clients current living needs with available properties. These properties may either be actively listed on the market or those I know have an interest in selling. For sellers, I help many of my clients downsize from larger homes to ones that more adequately fit their needs. For buyers, I help my clients not to over buy or over invest in properties. This helps my clients in three ways: 1. Economically: By accurately matching their needs with available properties, my clients lower their utility, insurance, and tax expenses. 2. Environmentally: Decreasing utility expenses for my clients benefits the environment by saving fuel used to heat or cool empty rooms. 3. Personally: Homes that do not fit a client's current living needs are hard and cumbersome to manage. They demand time and attention that could be spent building relationships with others, pursuing a hobby of interest, or working in more fulfilling and rewarding activities.
During the past 17 years, I have worked with close to 300 clients assisting them with their real estate needs: selling, buying, and investing. By focusing on the "client" and not the "transaction", I have been able to serve my clients most effectively and diligently. I am a perpetual student of the real estate business. My recently published book is a compendium of my learnings to date. I enjoy what I do and I enjoy helping other people.
- Greater Boston and outlying suburbs
- Home owners looking to downsize.
- Estate sales of properties.
- Investors looking for multifamily properties.
- First time home buyers or home owners looking to trade up.