Top-rated lgbtq agents in boston

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Bryan

Bryan - Gay Realtor

Originally licensed as a real estate salesperson in 1986, Bryan has been a licensed real estate broker since 1988. Over the decades, he has amassed an extensive background in an array of real estate specialties and is committed to serving his clients ...read more
Ryan

Ryan - Gay Realtor

I am an experienced agent serving Provincetown all of Cape Cod and the Greater Boston markets. I was raised on the Cape and was lucky to have grown up in such beautiful and gay friendly community. I went to Cape Cod Community college for my associates ...read more
Brian

Brian - Gay Realtor

Brian currently resides in North Attleboro, Massachusetts. He is a native of New England, having been born and raised in Rhode Island. After graduating from Bishop Feehan High School in 2006, Brian moved to Florida to attend Saint Leo University, where ...read more
Kim

Kim - Gay Realtor

I work with integrity, strength and non quitting spirit for every one of my clients. I take pride in getting the job done and being available ~ I pride myself on being detail oriented and my clients will tell you that I am very accessible. It's so important ...read more
Kris

Kris - Gay Realtor

Kris helped form his brokerage with a desire to take his real estate career in a more independent direction, within a boutique office free from corporate restrictions. Using a team driven approach... we're unlike any other local brokerage. Kris is ...read more
Leland

Leland - Gay Realtor

I am excited to offer to you Boston's first green real estate office. I'm happy to assist you in transitioning to a greener lifestyle. We are excited to work with you in your real estate adventure. We are here to be used as your resource - Please ...read more
Jason

Jason - Gay Realtor

Born and raised in MA, I am very familiar with the towns and neighborhoods throughout the Commonwealth. Several years ago, after my Husband and I purchased our first home, I discovered I have both a knack and a passion for Real Estate. I get great ...read more
Laurie

Laurie - Gay Friendly Realtor

I am a REALTOR in Wakefield, Mass. serving Wakefield and surrounding towns. I am a full time professional Realtor, I love my job as I truly enjoy helping people. If you are looking to buy a home I want you to know I am a great resource for information ...read more
Michael

Michael - Gay Realtor

"Hire a Real Estate Agent Who Won't Be Happy Until You Are." I know that selling or buying a home is one of the most important things you will ever do, and I want to help make that experience as smooth and stress-free as possible. Since 2004 I've been ...read more
Ellen

Ellen - Gay Realtor

Originally from New York, Ellen moved to Boston to earn a graduate degree in business communications at Emerson College. This knowledge, coupled with her undergraduate degree in psychology and teaching, has provided her with valuable skills that she uses ...read more

Boston News

Boston Gay City Guide: A Historic City and a Trailblazer for LGBTQ Equality
Boston, affectionately nicknamed “Beantown” is one of the nation’s oldest, and most historic cities. Massachusetts generally, and Boston specifically, have long had a history of progressive ideas and culture. Massachusetts was the first state to legalize same-sex marriage and was also the first to issue a statewide referendum on protecting transgender rights. Boston is often considered one of the most welcoming places to LGBTQ individuals in the United States and is known as being ...more
Boston: A Rich History of Diversity and Inclusion
Boston is known for its die-hard sports fans and ivy league schools, but many people might not realize that it has a thriving gay community too. Massachusetts was the first state to legalize gay marriage and its always been proud to support queer citizens. If you’re considering moving to Boston, here’s a quick LGBTQ guide: A Brief History of Boston The history of Boston plays a central role in the development of the United States. It was founded in 1630 by Puritan colonists escaping ...more
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