Margaret Hoyt-Rupert is a real estate and finance attorney in Nutter’s Real Estate Department. She represents individuals, lenders, and corporations in all aspects of real estate transactions. Individual buyers and sellers, residential and commercial landlords and tenants, and condominium unit owners and associations rely on Maggie to provide legal counsel for their real estate and conveyancing needs.
Maggie has extensive experience in drafting purchase and sale, escrow, use and occupancy, license, and residential and commercial leasing agreements; commercial and residential lending documents for both private and institutional loans; and condominium documents, including amendments and conversions. Additionally, she often prepares and reviews a variety of title examinations, including complex, multiple parcel review; creates title insurance commitments, policies, and endorsements; and resolves discrepancies and finds solutions to fix improper title manners.
A sought-after speaker, Maggie regularly presents at the MCLE real estate series and at events with the Real Estate Bar Association. She serves as president of the Boston chapter of BNI Innovation, a membership organization for small businesses where members network and receive referrals.
Before joining Nutter, Maggie was a senior associate at a boutique real estate firm in Boston.
- Massachusetts Super Lawyers Rising Stars, 2020
Education & Admissions
Suffolk University Law School, J.D., cum laude
Bryn Mawr College, B.A.