Top-rated lgbtq agents in boston

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Andrew

Andrew - Gay Realtor

For Andrew, it all comes down to great service. That’s what led him to his first brokerage, first as a client and then six years ago, as part of a real estate team. And it’s what brings him now to his current brokerage, still on an aggressive team, ...read more
Patrick

Patrick - Gay Realtor

I have been a Real Estate agent for 4 years and hold my license in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Florida. Co-founder of my real estate team, my goal is to provide a personalized real estate journey for you. I believe in embracing connections and providing ...read more
Jason

Jason - Gay Realtor

My team and I specialize in helping people buy and sell homes in Boston and the surrounding communities. If you've been thinking about selling your home or finding the home of your dreams - we can make it happen. My team and I have the expertise and knowledge ...read more
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
Lisa

Lisa - Gay Realtor

Lisa is a native of New England and has always had a passion for real estate – a profession which perfectly combines her love for people, homes and design. She loves the urban landscape and imparting her knowledge to help her clients find the ideal ...read more
Shereen

Shereen - Gay Friendly Realtor

Shereen is a top agent in both the Greater Boston market as well as internationally. She is a Luxury Property Specialist delivering ultra personal service, expert property pricing, and honed negotiation skills. Her above and beyond concierge service wows ...read more
Janis

Janis - Gay Realtor

With an accomplished professional background and a degree in business management from Northeastern University, Janis was in charge of operations and architecture at some of Boston’s most prestigious theatres. She now spearheads all of the operations ...read more
Chris

Chris - Gay Realtor

I am licensed in both Massachusetts and Rhode Island and am among the top 8% in sales of more than 4,500 agents companywide. I’ve sold more than $70 million worth of real estate and I would be honored to work with you. I have helped hundreds of clients ...read more
Kim

Kim - Lesbian Realtor

I've been helping my clients buy/sell real estate for 14 years! I am a full time agent and 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 am detail oriented ...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

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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