Welcome to Agostinelli Realty Group!
John Agostinelli founded the company in 1997 and is a 25 plus year veteran of the industry. His market focus is the Boston MetroWest area.
He's helped hundreds of investors, buyers and sellers, sell, purchase and invest in real estate in over 60 Massachusetts towns. John is the co-author of Easy Money and the American Real Estate Ponzi Scheme and has been interviewed on many radio and cable shows.
Please contact him via email at email@example.com and 508.283.4958.
Agostinelli Realty Group offers a group of turnkey services including real estate brokerage and investment (rehabilitation and new construction). In addition, John is a guest speaker at real estate conferences and offers real estate expert witness testimony. John also offers consultation and coaching which is very different from the common programs available today.
We primarily service the towns of Ashland, Framingham, Hopkinton, and Natick, however, we represent clients in over 60 Massachusetts towns.
"I have engaged John for both buy and sell side real estate needs. In each case John has provided huge value by maximizing my profit and getting the property closed quickly. He is a professional and a man of high integrity. It will be an easy decision to engage John for my future real estate needs."
VP, Square 1 Bank
"John is one of the most knowledgeable professionals I have worked with in the Real Estate Industry; particularly dealing with banked owned properties. A great mentor and colleague."
Project Engineer, Universal Studios
"EA$Y MONEY provides a well-researched and fully documented view of the Great Housing Boom/Bust by two real estate insiders. Agostinelli and Michaud’s attention to history is particularly noteworthy—they have clearly taken Santayana’s warning to heart: 'Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.' They were also attentive to the principles of real estate finance, including its cyclical nature and mean reversion. This allows them to make informed judgements about what the future may hold if we continue down the same path and to suggest alternatives that will strengthen and add more stability to our housing finance market.”
Edward Pinto, Resident Fellow, Codirector and Chief Risk Officer, American Enterprise Institute - International Center on Housing Risk