I’ve been involved with houses one way or another throughout my career. Fresh out of business school, I went to Wall Street where I worked in the mortgage-financing bond market. After more than a decade in the home loan financial markets and many renovations of my own, I was ready for a new challenge. So, I moved to Boston to get a Master’s Degree in Architecture.

I have worked for some of the most prestigious architecture firms in Boston. When I was at CBT, I was a part of the team responsible for the new Ritz-Carlton (Millenium Place) towers. Large-scale construction was interesting and I loved the high-end condo work but I really wanted to do houses. I left CBT to do houses with Duckham+McDougal, Catalano Architects and Meyer and Meyer. Today, I collaborate on design projects with my partner in life with whom I am a principal in the firm, T. Cronin Architect, LTD.

Combining my love of houses with my experience financing, designing, building and renovating them, I have had a real estate license for years and years. At first, I used my license to help friends and family buy and sell their homes, as well as flipping my own renovation projects. Early in 2009, I decided to work more actively in the profession and joined Keller-Williams to take advantage of their unparalled training and support. Since March 2015, I have been working primarily in the real estate business while taking on the occasional design project for clients. I especially enjoy helping clients find architectural treasure homes, unique fixer-upper opportunities, diamonds in need of TLC, homes with expansion potential, period restoration projects and perfect new home sites.