Founded in 1983, Robert Marcus Real Estate Company, Inc. (RMRE) provides its clientele with local expertise in residential and commercial property management. This includes, but is not limited to, acquisitions, dispositions, development, financing and construction management services. From advisory to execution, RMRE has the resources and market knowledge necessary to maximize potential in today’s precarious and often precipitous real estate climate.
Over the past 35 years, RMRE has been involved in managing some of the area’s largest condominium developments. RMRE currently manages over 1,000 residential units and 250,000 square feet of commercial space throughout the metropolitan Boston area. As a principal in income producing, investment grade properties, RMRE offers qualified insight to understand the needs and concerns of ownership. As a result, our properties constantly maintain an average occupancy rate of well over 90%.
Commercial customers have included US Trust, Ocwen Bank, Lexington Savings Bank, The Federal Savings Bank, Fleet Bank, The U.S. Bankruptcy Court District of Massachusetts Eastern Division and educational institutions.
Seeing a market need, in 1999 Robert established a sister company, Home Maintenance Organization (HMO) to provide professional quality property management for individual residences by leveraging the commercial management infrastructure he had developed over the previous 16 years.
Philanthropy is central to RMRE’s mission; the Combined Jewish Philanthropies, Massachusetts Association for the Blind and West End House Boys and Girls Club are among recipients of both direct support and in kind services. In addition, Robert is proud to support Boston University, Hillel House, The University of Texas at Austin and University of Massachusetts Boston.
Prior to founding RMRE, Robert worked at a Massachusetts real estate development firm. Robert’s affiliations include the Institute of Real Estate Management, the National Association of Realtors, the Massachusetts Association of Realtors, the Greater Boston Real Estate Board. He has authored articles for Banker & Tradesman and New England Journal of Real Estate. Robert attended the University of Texas at Austin and holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Massachusetts.
Our Comprehensive Asset & Property Management Program includes:
- Strict accounting services preformed on state of the art computer software programs
- Quarterly preparation of cash flows and annual budgets with extensive 30 day reports.
- Financial Analysis to assist in evaluating property cash flows and working with debt and equity sources in refinancing, retiring and working out debt.
- On-site management
- Construction Management services available to oversee and implement all phases of construction from apartment turns to new tenant build-out to reconstruction and demolition.
- Fulltime Brokerage and leasing staff
- Dependable and professional maintenance crews.
42 Glen Avenue Newton, Massachusetts 02459
What are your predictions for commercial real estate in 2021? My feeling is that the rental market will continue to be s...
Since the onset of COVID-19, everything about the property management industry has changed. From the day to day communic...
What are your predictions for commercial real estate in 2020? I feel that the residential side will continue to see grow...
The uptick in the interest rates will place downward pressure on pricing. I also feel locally the market will continue t...
We worked on several projects throughout the year and all have come in on-time and on-budget. We are thankful for the sk...
Building both organizations (Robert Marcus Real Estate Company, Inc. & Home Maintenance Organization LLC) and expanding ...
Checking in midway through FY 2018, there are a multitude of changes and items trending in the real estate market that w...
Immediate response time and our Ritz-Carlton like customer service provide clients with peace of mind - by Robert Marcus
With the advent of email, texting and social media, response time and customer service expectations are being pushed to ...