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About Tyson

For Broker Tyson J. Lynch, the business of real estate is simple: “My job is to help clients buy or sell homes in order to achieve their goals.”

“Of course I enjoy meeting different people and seeing different homes, but those are perks that come with the job. If my clients are pleased with their particular transaction, then I’ve succeeded.”

The Salem resident’s extensive business background enhances his ability to help his clients make their dreams come true. In addition to a degree in International Relations from Tufts University, he has a law degree from Suffolk University and several years’ experience in state government.

Tyson admits that being in real estate on the North Shore is an advantage. “There’s nothing not to like about living here,” he says with a smile. “We have history. We’re near the water and Boston—the fact is that everything is right here.”

Tyson, who grew up in Salem and stayed, also believe in giving back to the community. He serves on the Board of Salem: No Place for Hate Committee and is also on the Board of the Salem Award Foundation.

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Languages: English

Interests: Travel, Cooking, Wine, Technology, Cultural Exploration.

Websites: Website, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook

License #: 149043

Specialties

  • Condos
  • First-Time Buyers
  • Investment Properties
  • Luxury Properties
  • Relocations
  • Representing Buyers
  • Representing Sellers
  • Resorts and Second Homes

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09/05/14
Tyson Made The Home Buying Process Painless!
I can't thank Tyson enough and I will be sure to refer as many people in the market to him. He made this experience painless!!!
V.G. - Helped me buy a home/lot/land in 2014
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09/04/14
Best Agent Ever!
You were the best agent ever. You were very patient and you listened to what I wanted and now my family and I got our dream home. Thank you Tyson J. Lynch!
M.W. - Helped me buy a home/lot/land in 2014
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09/02/14
Highly likely to recommend
Tyson helped us sell our condo in Salem. He knows the market well and did a great job pricing it competitively to bring in a lot of attention and a quick offer. The photographer he hired did a beautiful job showcasing our property. His work led to an accepted offer in less than 48 hours of having our property on the market. If I had another property to sell on the North Shore, I´d use him again in a heartbeat.
L.A. - Helped me sell my home/lot/land in 2014
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09/02/14
Highly likely to recommend
Tyson helped us sell our condo in Salem. He knows the market well and did a great job pricing it competitively to bring in a lot of attention and a quick offer. The photographer he hired did a beautiful job showcasing our property. His work led to an accepted offer in less than 48 hours of having our property on the market. If I had another property to sell on the North Shore, I'd use him again in a heartbeat. At first the new agent was very nice and informative, if a bit intense. Toward the end of our relationship she became very pushy and talked us out of buying (or even looking at) condos for our first home. After a particularly strongly worded email from her, it was clear she had her own ideas of what made "a home of any consequence" and was unable to make our needs and wants balance out with her own. We spent 7 months searching with her. We eventually decided to sever our business relationship when I sent her the same home listing to request a showing three times and she couldn't be bothered to respond. She still hasn't, as a matter of fact. By this time Tyson had started working with J Barrett, so we gave him a call to see if he'd be interested in helping us (finally) find our first home. He was very willing and extremely helpful. We had our first official client/agent meeting at his office in Beverly on a Thursday. By the following Tuesday we'd signed a P&S on our first home: a lovely updated condo in my hometown of Salem, MA. From the start of our professional relationship with Tyson he was straightforward and honest. He told us that what we were hunting for (what our last realtor was pushing us toward) simply did not realistically fall in line with what we decided we could afford. He played no silly games and pulled no punches. He was aggressive enough on our behalf during negotiation that we felt really well taken care of, and very well advised. He was available to me at unbelievably inappropriate hours, whenever I had a question or concern (of which I had MANY, given that I had zero experience with home buying and infinite anxiety). He lead us through the entire process of purchasing a home and though our experience was a bit rushed (it was a bank owned foreclosure that the bank wanted off their books immediately) we never felt like we were a burden to him, although I KNEW we were high maintenance. He never allowed me to feel bad for being so. He handled me, my much more relaxed husband, and our entire transaction, with ease and seamless grace. He was even polite to my mother. I have and will continue to recommend Tyson to absolutely any home buyer (or seller) who is in need of an agent's help. He was a complete and utter joy to work with, and in the future when we are ready to sell and purchase our second home, he will absolutely be the man we call first.
L.A. - Helped me sell my home/lot/land in 2014
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Response from Tyson Lynch
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09/02/14
Highly likely to recommend
My husband and I began our home search by contacting Tyson for tips, as we had met him several times socially and we knew he was in the field. At the time he was working within an agency that restricted their agents to specific territories, and as we were interested in home hunting all over Massachusetts' North Shore, he referred us to one of his colleagues in another territory so we'd see the most properties possible. We decided that working with multiple realtors in multiple areas of the same state was a bit much, so we switched to a new agent who was not bound to specific areas of MA. At first the new agent was very nice and informative, if a bit intense. Toward the end of our relationship she became very pushy and talked us out of buying (or even looking at) condos for our first home. After a particularly strongly worded email from her, it was clear she had her own ideas of what made "a home of any consequence" and was unable to make our needs and wants balance out with her own. We spent 7 months searching with her. We eventually decided to sever our business relationship when I sent her the same home listing to request a showing three times and she couldn't be bothered to respond. She still hasn't, as a matter of fact. By this time Tyson had started working with J Barrett, so we gave him a call to see if he'd be interested in helping us (finally) find our first home. He was very willing and extremely helpful. We had our first official client/agent meeting at his office in Beverly on a Thursday. By the following Tuesday we'd signed a P&S on our first home: a lovely updated condo in my hometown of Salem, MA. From the start of our professional relationship with Tyson he was straightforward and honest. He told us that what we were hunting for (what our last realtor was pushing us toward) simply did not realistically fall in line with what we decided we could afford. He played no silly games and pulled no punches. He was aggressive enough on our behalf during negotiation that we felt really well taken care of, and very well advised. He was available to me at unbelievably inappropriate hours, whenever I had a question or concern (of which I had MANY, given that I had zero experience with home buying and infinite anxiety). He lead us through the entire process of purchasing a home and though our experience was a bit rushed (it was a bank owned foreclosure that the bank wanted off their books immediately) we never felt like we were a burden to him, although I KNEW we were high maintenance. He never allowed me to feel bad for being so. He handled me, my much more relaxed husband, and our entire transaction, with ease and seamless grace. He was even polite to my mother. I have and will continue to recommend Tyson to absolutely any home buyer (or seller) who is in need of an agent's help. He was a complete and utter joy to work with, and in the future when we are ready to sell and purchase our second home, he will absolutely be the man we call first.
K.B. - Helped me buy a home/lot/land in 2014
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Q&A with Tyson

How do you help buyers to find the right properties for them?
Listening to their needs and goals is essential to finding buyers the right home. Once we are both on the same page as what they want, I suggest properties matching their criteria, I preview properties which I think might be a right fit, and I ask for feedback for every after every showing to fine-tune/recalibrate their needs.
How do you make sure buyers get the best price for the property they are interested in?
I provide market data during the home search process so that my buyer clients understand "value" in the current market. This knowledge coupled with my strong negotiation skills, allow my clients to take advantage of market conditions to get the best price possible for their home.
What do you do to help market the properties your clients are selling?
I embrace newer marketing methods. My listings are on over 300 real estate websites. I also use Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram in actively promoting all of my listings. In conjunction to these newer methods, I also employ more traditional marketing, though print advertising, mailing and calling surrounding neighborhoods, and networking with top brokers in the area about listings that I have.
How do you ensure your sellers get the highest price?
Pricing a home appropriately is the key to selling at the highest price possible. In analyzing recent market data, I present my sellers with an up-to date snap shot of the market, so that we do not overprice a property. I update my seller clients on a weekly basis about any market activity. This direct and honest approach allows my clients to stay ahead of the market. My pricing strategy coupled with my negotiations skills, results in my seller clients netting the highest price.
What do you recommend sellers do to make sure their selling process is smooth?
Sellers should be periodically updated to the market conditions/trends when selling their home. By being informed, sellers can respond to a changing market to best capture potential buyers.
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