Demetrios Salpoglou is CEO of Boston Pads, LLC and broker of record assisting several leading real estate offices in Boston. He develops, deploys and adopts advanced real estate technology and manages over 80 websites that deliver the highest combined real estate web traffic in the Greater Boston area. Salpoglou provides leadership and training to over 165 brokers and agents in five offices. He has maintained the largest apartment leasing team in New England for over a decade, responsible for moving over 7,000 people and closing and managing over 2,000 transactions per year. His goal is to provide brokerages and agents with competitive advantages and greater operational efficiencies at all levels.
In the past year, Salpoglou’s team has deployed new software that matches roommates with rooms for rent and streamlines the entire leasing process. His goal is to reach complete real-time booking and on-demand showing of vacant units and to have the system scaled and optimized by the second quarter of 2019.
Salpoglou has been involved in real estate and the development of cutting-edge technology for over two decades. In the past 15 years, he has led the industry with the introduction of new apartment leasing software, marketing, training, reporting and performance tools. He is a strategic advisor on rent prices, as well as a motivational speaker. Salpoglou attributes his success to dedication and consistency.
“Winning is never owned; it is leased like an apartment, and rent is due every day,” he says.
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