Gibson Sotheby's International Realty | Relocations & Referrals

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Near Far Our Guide to Relocations & Referrals

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Welcome Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty is a local, family-owned business that was born in Boston’s South End neighborhood and has since expanded its footprint throughout the city, into the suburbs, and to the ocean shores. Our team believes that luxury is an experience, not a price point, and we proudly provide white-glove services that will help you navigate the process of buying or selling your home. We are your neighbors, your colleagues, your friends, and your family. We will anticipate your needs and educate you on the offerings within our local communities to help ensure a smooth transition. We will listen to your story and connect you with a member of our team who best suits your needs. Each client is family, and we will guide you as such.

Larry Rideout and Paul McGann Chairman and President


Who We Are Betty Gibson, esteemed South End local and our pioneering founder, established our flagship office in Boston’s South End neighborhood in 1962. Gibson was instrumental in developing the growth and desirability of not only the South End but the city of Boston as a whole. In 2006, Larry Rideout and Paul McGann began the journey towards the Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty we know today by pairing localized neighborhood expertise with a global brand and network, rich in history and vast in opportunities. Today, our sales associates demonstrate the same dedication to the communities they serve and call home. Real estate is a people-centric business, and our engagement and relationships with our clients are of the utmost importance. Whether you are looking to sell your home or buy a new one, our associates are perfectly poised to guide you through every real estate transaction, both locally and internationally. Our qualified agents speak a variety of foreign languages, have advanced accreditations, possess deep knowledge of their local markets, and offer a proven track record of successfully selling fine properties at all price points.


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Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty operates out of twenty five offices across Eastern Massachusetts and serves as the largest independently-owned real estate company in Boston. Our network of over 450 exceptional Real Estate Advisors sold more than $4.2 billion in property in 2021. However, our greatest point of pride is that our discerning clients come back to us again and again.

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G lobal REACH Our connection to Sotheby’s International Realty is our unique difference. When a home is represented by Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty, it is presented to a highly qualified global clientele through exclusive channels and relationships. Our network of 1,000 residential real estate brokerages throughout 79 countries and territories makes Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty a truly global brand.

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Our Relocation and Referral Services Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty’s team of relocation and referral specialists are available to support those who are relocating to a new town, state, or country. Through our extended affiliate network, we connect our clients with top-tier, trusted real estate agents across the globe. Referrals are handled with white-glove care to ensure clients receive the level and consistency of service they expect from the Sotheby’s International Realty brand.

Our Services Include Home Finding Assistance Relocation Guides Move Management Services Home Marketing Assistance Temporary Living Coordination Rental Assistance Community Area Tours and Guidance

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AFFILIATE CONNECTIONS (U.S. & GLOBAL) ON REFERRALS IN 2021


Gibson Sotheby’s International Marketshare locations by Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty


Where We Are Our Real Estate Advisors live, work, and play in the communities where we are located and in the neighboring areas we serve. Our offices span Eastern Massachusetts from the North Shore through Cape Cod and truly offer something for everyone. Whether you are looking for city life, a suburban oasis, or a getaway by the sea, our team is here to assist you.

Boston Back Bay

Dorchester | Savin Hill

South End

Charlestown

North End | Waterfront

South Boston

Beacon Hill

Cambridge Cambridge | Central Square

Cambridge | Porter Square

Greater Boston Arlington

Sudbury

Weston

Needham

Wellesley

Westwood

South Shore Cohasset

North Shore

Hingham

Manchester-By-The-Sea

Cape Cod Brewster

Chatham

Orleans

Dennis

Harwich Port

Provincetown


WHERE WE ARE

Boston Home to more people than any other city in New England, Boston is a patchwork of distinct neighborhoods renowned for their art and history museums, guided tours of historic streets, public parks, and bustling arts and theater district. Few places in the nation have so many top-rated hospitals and doctors within city limits. Boston also has other advantages— easily reached by the Northeast Corridor on Amtrak, the city offers several transit options, including subway lines and commuter trains serving much of the region. Bostonians can enjoy weekend getaways to Cape Cod and the South Shore, or travel out of state to Newport, Rhode Island, and Maine.


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Cambridge Anchored to the banks of the Charles River by Harvard University and M.I.T., Cambridge blends its intellectual character with a rich serving of arts and culture. The city is certainly known for its highbrow academic pursuits—it has developed into a life sciences and tech mecca in recent decades—but it also boasts its fair share of world-class museums, a thriving music and arts scene, quirky boutiques, and notable restaurants. Although just moments away from Boston, this historic city has a persona all its own. Browse through bookstores in Harvard Square by day, and savor virtually every kind of cuisine by night.


WHERE WE ARE

Greater Boston The most populated region in New England, Greater Boston encompasses 43 cities and towns in the eastern portion of the state of Massachusetts, bounded approximately by the I-95 beltway (or Route 128 to some locals) and Boston Harbor and Massachusetts Bay. Some are part of the 26.2 jaunt of the Boston Marathon, while others are quaint suburbs that feel worlds away from the bustle of the city. The region is also home to some of the most eminent historic sites in the country and more than 110 institutions of higher education, including Harvard University in Cambridge, the nation’s oldest.


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North Shore A boater’s paradise, the North Shore of Massachusetts is rife with a gorgeous waterfront that beckons visitors to come ashore and explore its charming town centers, world-class restaurants, and culturally vibrant, family-oriented seaside communities. Aside from its occasional rocky coastline, the North Shore features some of the best beaches, bucolic farms, quintessential New England town centers, and pristine views of the Atlantic Ocean. From sailing Gloucester Harbor to squeaking your feet on Manchester’s Singing Beach to dining atop the Newburyport Rear Range Light, life on the North Shore moves at a slower pace—and that’s part of the charm.


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South Shore Known for its beautiful neighborhoods, coastline roads, and beach-day destinations, Massachusetts’ South Shore offers numerous seaside towns with easy commutes to downtown Boston and no shortage of enviable places to call home. The region is characterized by extensive beaches and marshes, frequented by wildlife watchers and recreational boaters. Seaside communities come to life in the summer with outdoor movie screenings and live music performances. Relax on the sand by day and indulge in fine waterfront dining by night, all the while enjoying life’s tranquil cadence.


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Cape Cod Cape Cod offers everything needed for a warm-weather playground, from gorgeous beaches, pond-filled parks, and miles of well-maintained bike trails to dining options ranging from five-star fancy to fried-clam casual. But for those who have made this arm-shaped peninsula their year-round home, real living often begins the day after Labor Day, after they’ve waved goodbye to the last sunburned tourist. The beaches and clam bars may draw the day-trippers, but it is the hidden natural gems and strong cultural community that tie the area’s residents to this very special place. Whatever your idea of heaven, chances are you will find it in any Cape Cod locale, where you can live the high life or barely stir from your beach chair.


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