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Our family moved to the Baltimore area in 2015, when Parvez accepted a fellowship at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. We spent countless days searching for a rental property that met our specifications: quality, affordable homes, within reasonable commuting distance from downtown hospitals, and ready for move-in by July 1. We wished that we had a one-stop trusted resource to find housing and evaluate local neighborhoods from a distance.
After Parvez completed his fellowship training, we decided to make the Baltimore area our permanent home. We became real estate investors in 2017, purchasing a condo in our own neighborhood. Since then, we've expanded to buying and managing townhomes across Baltimore County. Over the past six years, we've developed a solid real estate investment knowledge base and team. We've done this mainly through self-study, networking, and lots of trial and error. Having the right guidance at the start would have eased our beginners' anxiety and would have spared us from aggravation and uncertainty.
To that end, we've expanded our business model. In addition to being a trusted rental housing resource for Baltimore's physicians-in-training, we offer a 'one-stop shop' for fellow real estate investors.
Erin is an attorney, real estate broker, property manager, and investor. She graduated as valedictorian from Susquehanna University with dual degrees in Public Relations and English. She earned a master's degree in Public Relations from Syracuse University. She graduated cum laude from Washington and Lee University School of Law. She is currently a freelance real estate attorney in Maryland who owns and operates a real estate brokerage, Lokhandwala Realty, in addition to managing her family's growing real estate portfolio.
Parvez is an academic physician and an investor at heart. His training includes medical schooling from India, a masters degree in Molecular Genetics from the University of Leicester, UK, PhD in Genetics and residency in Clinical Pathology from Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine, fellowships in Molecular Genetic Pathology and Blood Banking/Transfusion Medicine from Johns Hopkins University. He is currently an Associate Professor of Pathology at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. He is a lifelong learner who spends most of his non-academic time learning about real estate investments and hunting for investment opportunities.
"You focus on medicine. We focus on housing."
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