Massachusetts Association of Buyer Agents
 

Home Buyers Save Time
and Money with MABA

Buying a home is a significant life event. Whether you are a buying a home for the first time, downsizing to a condo now that the family has grown or buying a home for investment purposes, finding the right home can be time consuming, expensive and stressful.

We are MABA, Massachusetts Association of Buyers Agents, a non-profit organization of real estate professionals who specialize in working with and for you, the home buyer, during the home buying process. No conflict of interests. We reduce stress, save time and money, and eliminate hassle. Don't assume any other real estate professional has the same commitment. Hiring a MABA buyer agent does not cost you any more than working with any other real estate agent. It will likely save you both time and money.

 

Why Choose a MABA Buyer Agent?

For most homeowners, their home represents their largest asset. To say the least, it's a personal, emotional and significant financial investment. If you are serious about making an informed, wise decision, start with selecting a real estate professional that will best serve your needs. MABA introduced buyer agency to Massachusetts in 1990. We are the gold standard for buyer agents. Go with the best. What are exclusive buyer agents?

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  • Historic Charlestown Features Waterfront Living Minutes from Downtown Boston

    The oldest neighborhood in Boston, Charlestown is located on a peninsula on the Mystic River across from downtown. Originally plotted in1629, the neighborhood was the first capital of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. It became known for its substantial Irish population, many of whom emigrated there during Ireland’s Great Famine of the1840s. Although young professionals have gentrified much of the community in recent years, Charlestown still has a significant Irish-American community. The MBTA runs a ferry from the Charlestown Navy Yard to Boston’s Long Wharf and the Orange Line stops at the Sullivan Square Station.  

    Today, Charlestown is a residential neighborhood comprising brick and wood row homes, along with waterfront condominiums, townhomes and apartments. Residents enjoy patronizing the shops, galleries and restaurants along Main Street and in City Square, and frequent Warren Tavern, which opened in 1780 and allegedly included George Washington and Paul Revere among its patrons. Constitution Marina is located on the Freedom Trail in Charlestown and offers boat and yacht slips, a swimming pool, restaurants, boat and fishing rentals, and concierge services. Many films have been shot in the area including The Departed, Mystic River, Blown Away and The Town.

    Current condominiums and townhomes for sale in Charlestown range from the high $600s for a 2-bedroom, 1.5-bath unit to well over $2 million for a 3-bedroom, 3.5-bath 2700 square foot townhome overlooking the water. If you would like further information about Charleston real estate, http://www.massbuyeragents.org/find-a-buyer-agent">contact a member of the Massachusetts Association of Buyer Agents.