Ken Snyder joined Keller Williams Realty Boston-Metro in September of 2006 after 4 successful years at RE/MAX. Working with both buyers and sellers, Ken has successfully closed over 150 transactions worth over $115 Million since entering the real estate field. Ken consistently ranks in the top of all Keller Williams agents in New England and has served on the KW Agent Leadership Council (ALC) for 10 years and taught numerous classes in the Market Center as well as participating in KW's MAPS Mastery coaching program. Ken is proud to say 85% of his business regularly comes from previous clients and people they referred to him.
A 33 year resident of Boston, Ken has owned numerous properties including several townhouses in the South End, a loft in an historic chocolate factory in Dorchester, and a dozen other homes over the years many of which he has renovated.
Ken is active in a number of local and national philanthropic organizations and neighborhood associations. He is long time supporter of GLAD, the Fenway Community Health Center, a member of the Aids Action Committee’s “Circle of Friends”, and a member of the Human Rights Campaign’s Federal Club. He is also on the board of Sailing Heals, a cancer related charity.
Prior to real estate, Ken enjoyed a successful career in technology and customer management consulting. His experience included building and running global consulting practices at Hewlett-Packard and Cambridge Technology Partners, where he sold and delivered multi-million dollar customer management projects. His clients included LL Bean, Fleet Bank and British Telecom, amongst many others. Ken’s focus on delivering superb customer service was initially developed during his nine years running IT management at The Boston Consulting Group, one of the top global management consulting firms.
Ken holds a BA in Economics from Brandeis University in Waltham, MA, and when not in Boston can be found working on his historic 1740’s home on Cape Cod in Truro MA or driving his classic '61 MGA convertible in historic Newport Rhode Island where he is a donor to the Newport Opera House and a member of the Preservation Society of Newport County and Audrain Classic Car Museum.