Where We Work

Cities and Towns

Massachusetts is home to five of CNNMoney's top 100 places to live, with Milton, MA ranking second in the country. With somany options - great cities, summer beaches abound, and winter skiing is just minutes away - Massachusetts is the ideal place to make your next real estate purchase.If you're curious about what other cities and towns have received praise as settle-worthy destinations, check out Boston Magazine's list of Best Places to Live, and if you want to know why which Massachusetts-based companies ranked among the best places to work in the nation, you can find that information here.

Massachusetts.gov has resources that will provide information on all cities and towns in Massachusetts, and if you're looking for information about how to get around, the MBTA website is a great guide to mass transit, and MassHighway will tell you all about the highways and byways.

If you have any questions about the various communities in Massachusetts, or if you just want to chat about what will work best for you and your family, we can help. Our agents all hail from one part of the state or another, and after having experience living in different communities - and countries - have all found their way back to Massachusetts. We can tell you why this is the best place to live and help you find the best home for you!

Schools and Educational Resources

We know that selecting a school for your children may be the most important decision you will make for their future, so we're committed to helping our clients find the community that will best serve their whole family's needs. While it's common knowledge that Massachusetts, especially Boston/Cambridge, is home to some of the world's most respected colleges and universities, Massachusetts schools are also ranked among the highest achieving in the nation. The Huffington Post noted that Massachusetts was among the top three states in the nation preparing students in math and science, and the Washington Post recently published an article ranking the top secondary schools in the state.

A few useful links:

Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

Association of Independent Schools in New England

Massachusetts Department of Higher Education