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Starting The Home Buying Process

Starting The Home Buying Process With Chubb Realty

When it comes to selling a home in the Boston area, you need to find a home that will meet your needs.

While buying a home is stressful it is important to work with a REALTOR that makes the process as smooth as possible for you and your family.

Ask Yourself A Few Questions

  • Where Do You Want to Live?
  • What Kind of Home Do You Need?
  • How Much Space Do You Need, or Which features?
  • What is Your Determined Price Range?

Why Buy With Chubb Realty Group?

With Chubb Realty Group in Quincy, you'll find a realty dream team that has years of experience selling homes and serving both home buyers and sellers with the services they need.

We want to help you find the home...

Six Boston Neighborhoods For Luxury Dream Homes

View of the bay overlooking Boston

LUXURY DREAM HOME NEIGHBORHOODS IN BOSTON

Whether homebuyers are moving to Boston because of a job transfer, or they are a second generation inhabitant, luxury home shopping begins with knowing where to look.

There are 23 established neighborhoods across the city. These areas break down into over 80 communities around Boston. We give you an overview of six of the grandest places to find your Boston dream home below.

Back Bay

This community is a historic destination. The entire area is full of vintage homes and shops where residents can spend the afternoon window shopping or sipping a glass of tea with a friend. From high-end hotels to the Public Garden and the waterfront Esplanade, this portion of the city has unique experiences and innovative events.

Visitors will recognize the area immediately upon seeing the Prudential Center, the Boston Public Library, and the John Hancock Tower. Rows of Victorian homes line the city streets of Copley Square, Newbury Street, and the Commonwealth Avenue Mall area of Back Bay.

Beacon Hill

This neighborhood is another historic area in Boston. The two primary areas are the Massachusetts State House grounds and Louisburg Square. The old Colonial space is west of the city center. Most businesses and events are on Charles Street.

The neighborhood name comes from the beacon that once lit up the hilltop overlooking the area. It is one of the oldest communities in Boston. Walking the brick streets and seeing the gas post lamps...