Author: Marc Canner

Marc Canner is a Massachusetts real estate attorney with over fifteen years of experience in the industry. Marc works with buyers and sellers of real estate, as well as mortgage lenders, banks and realtors to conduct real estate closings. Marc is adept at managing the “deal flow” of a transaction to provide clients with concise strategy and advise.  Marc is the founder of Canner Law & Associates, P.C., a firm whose back-end operations create a boutique office structure to conduct real estate closings in an efficient and professional manner. He also regularly speaks to real estate groups, sharing his insights on the use of technology in the field. Marc received his J.D. from American University’s Washington College of Law and is a member of the Massachusetts Real Estate Bar Association. 

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