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Kyle D. Smith, Esq.

Kyle has been a Boston resident since 2000 when he came to Boston to attend Boston University (BU).  After graduating from BU with a Degree in Engineering, Kyle attended Suffolk Law School and graduated with a concentration in Intellectual Property Law and was later admitted to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.  


Kyle obtained his real estate brokerage license in 2012 and after working for a short period of time as a real estate agent selling property in the Metro Boston area, Kyle started practicing Real Estate Law and now assists clients both buying and selling real estate.  


With an educational background in real estate finance and real estate development coursework, Kyle is an asset to real estate developers seeking financial guidance.  As a former member of the Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Council and its Zoning and Housing and Development subcommittees, Kyle has a great understanding of local zoning codes and the process to obtain zoning relief and utilizes this knowledge to adeptly guide clients through the process of obtaining zoning relief.  


Kyle also assists clients with the creation of condominiums and the sell-out of newly created condominium units. Taking all of this expertise, Kyle’s objective in his practice is to be able to comprehensively assist a client through the acquisition, re-zoning, development, condominium conversion and sell-out of a project. 

“We worked with Kyle [Smith] to purchase a condo in the Boston area, and he was fantastic. Our first attempt fell through when he picked up a special assessment that would be levied later in the year ($84K), which would have added substantially to the overall cost of the condo. On our second attempt, which was successful, the mortgage company was extremely nitpicky and it was touch and go until the last moment. Kyle's support throughout that process was invaluable. And then, after we closed, we discovered a zoning issue we had been unaware of, and he did some digging into that for us even through he had no obligation to do so. I would recommend him highly to anyone looking for a real estate attorney in the Boston area.” 


—  Karen S., Condo Buyer

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