Top-rated lgbtq agents in provincetown

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Chris

Chris - Gay Realtor

If you are looking to buy or sell a home in the near future, I would be honored to work with you. My brokerage is the number 1 company in Norfolk County and our 250+ agents serve all of Massachusetts. This past year I helped my clients buy and sell ...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
David

David - Gay Realtor

David is an energetic and thoughtful real estate professional who works with individuals and families to help them find their ideal place to call home. After working in the non-profit sector for several years, David began working in the property leasing ...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

Provincetown News

Provincetown: The Gayest Town in America
Provincetown was built for the LGBTQ lifestyle. The farthest town on the tip of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, it’s a vibrant and friendly spot that’s welcoming to all. Whether you’re checking out the local art or walking in Carnival down Commercial Street, it’s a good time year-round. A Quick History of Provincetown The word “Massachusetts” is the language spoken by the Nauset Native American tribe, who were the original settlers in the area. In 1620, the Cape was ...more
Provincetown, MA, Top LGBT Neighborhoods and Home Prices
Provincetown, Massachusetts, is probably best known for the fact that few people live there, but everyone wants to visit. P-town, as it’s called, is home to a huge number of LGBT individuals during the spring and summer. In fact, the town often hits population highs of 60,000 during these times. But then the cold fronts roll in and suddenly only about 3,000 people are calling Provincetown home! Tourism is, not surprisingly, the town’s biggest industry. It also has a huge arts community, ...more
Provincetown’s 2014 Top LGBT Neighborhoods and Home Prices
Provincetown, Massachusetts, is a small resort town that is fairly small - it has a population of less than 3,000 during some months.  During the summer, however, many people visit this small village, increasing its population to more than 60,000!  It’s a very popular destination for the LGBT community, but a number of gays and lesbians also live in the town. Because it’s so small (the town is 17.5 square miles total, almost half of which is water), Provincetown doesn’t ...more
Gay Realtors Provincetown | Neighborhoods | Real Estate
The great news ~ all of Provincetown, Massachusetts is LGBT friendly! Gay realtors Provincetown knows you will love this beautiful scenic fishing community and year-round vacation town that is known for its galleries, shops, inns and wonderful restaurants.  It also has a very temperate climate, which makes it an ideal place to retire.  The ocean breezes prevent extreme heat waves and there is not that much snow to shovel in the winter.  P-Town is located on the very outer tip of the ...more
Gay Realtor Provincetown on Signs and Lockboxes
If you are trying to sell your home then gay realtor Provincetown recommends that you have a great real-estate agent that knows how to sell with signs and that can also install a lockbox on the property. A lock box stores the key to the house and it is locked with a combination. This makes it easier for more than one real estate agent to show your home to clients. A For Sale Sign is only as effective as the person who posts it into the front lawn. The intention of it is to sell the house. However ...more
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