Buying A Home

Everything you need to buy your dream home.

From searching listings on the web, to financing, to making an offer and closing the deal, buying a home can be a stressful process. With Keller Williams, you’ll get the tools to find your perfect home, along with the support and expertise of a committed professional to handle all the details from start to finish. To get started, check out our resources for buyers below.

Gina Mortillaro started working for Keller Williams Boston Metro Market center in March of 2015. Before joining the Keller Williams leadership team Gina Mortillaro resided in New York, NY where she worked as a general manager for a company, leasing...

Angelina Moscatelli joined the Keller Williams family in May 2012 and was a licensed Massachusetts Real Estate Broker for almost 20 years. Angelina has the experience of selling real estate and success of running a small boutique real estate office...

Veronika Viazova joined the Keller Williams Boston-Metro team in 2011 at the stage of the company’s rapid growth and expansion in the Boston market. Veronika is an ex-biochemist who traded an exciting world of chemical formulas for an equally...

David McCarthy has been an active member of the greater Boston real estate community for over more than 15 years and has since become a trusted and reliable REALTOR. David is the Operating Partner of the Keller Williams Realty Boston-Metro and...

"Aaron Lippert became the Team Leader and CEO of Keller Williams Realty Boston-Metro in 2008 and has since led the 4 offices to become the #3 in market share in the city of Boston and grown the number of full-time real estate professionals from 70...

For immediate assistance with your commercial needs, please contact: Aaron Lippert, Team Leader and CEO at 617-861-3605 or email him at aaronlippert@kw .com with "Commercial Inquiry' in the Subject line. Thank you and we look forward to helping...

A LOT OF COMPANIES SAY THEY FUNCTION AS A FAMILY.At Keller Williams Realty, we place such an importance on this that we have designed a culture that fosters this. This approach guides us every day in how we conduct our business. Mo Anderson defines...

THE BEST TECHNOLOGYGain the high-tech edge!As technology continues to transform the ways in which buyers search for homes and real estate professionals communicate with their clients, Keller Williams Realty’s, agent driven technology development...

NAMEYEAR BUILT# OF UNITSUNIT SIZES SQUARE FEET# OF BEDROOMSPARKING100 Beacon Stavailable units192016537-4,41400-4Yes274 Beacon Stavailable units1900161,604-3,0252-4Yes1-3 Commonwealthavailable units189932,457-4,0002-3Yes24 Commonwealthavailable...

NAMEYEAR BUILT# OF UNITSUNIT SIZES SQUARE FEET# OF BEDROOMSPARKING1Charles St Southavailable units2005233600-2,7001-3Yes180 Beacon St.Back Bay Areaavailable units1968109768-2,2001-2Yes330 Beacon St. Back Bay areaavailable...

NAMEYEAR BUILT# OF UNITSUNIT SIZES SQUARE FEET# OF BEDROOMSPARKINGBattery Wharf North Endavailable units2008104900-3,2001-3YesThe Carlton Back Bay areaavailable units198252900-1,5001-4YesThe Four Seasons Back Bay areaavailable...

South Boston Waterfront, situated directly southeast across Ft. Point Channel from Downtown, includes the Fort Point neighborhood upon the western corner; Seaport World Trade Center, Marine Industrial Park to the east; and Fan Pier. All these...

The South End is a Boston, Massachusetts neighborhood, bordered by Roxbury, Chinatown and the Back Bay. It easily is accessible by taking either the Silver, Green or Orange lines which are going to leave you in close proximity of the neighborhood.

At one time a predominantly Irish Catholic neighborhood, in recent years this part of Boston has now become more and more desirable amongst families and young professionals attracted to the area's solid sense of community and easy access to public...

At one time a barren waterfront that was packed with parking lots, a couple of businesses and a couple of old school restaurants, The Seaport District now is the hottest part of the city! This seaside segment of "Southie" finally has been enhanced...

The North End, which is home to American patriot Paul Revere, is amongst the state of Boston's most historic communities. Traditionally an original stop for immigrants that arrived in Boston, this neighborhood is best known as an enclave for Italian...

The Ladder District/Midtown region sits in the core of Boston and is bordered by Financial District to the North, Boston Common to the West, and Bay Village and Chinatown to the South. What was at one time a semi-wasteland for Downtown Crossing...

The Leather District includes a small community east of Chinatown that is nestled between Kneeland Street and Dewey Square. The 9 distinct blocks are best known for their 19th century brick warehouse buildings. The leather market and associated...

It's a community of 11 km2 (4.4 sq. miles) inside Boston, Massachusetts, United Sates. Founded by the Boston Puritans who sought farm land toward the south, Jamaica Plain originally was a portion of Roxbury. It seceded from the town of Roxbury as a...

Fenway is named after the main thoroughfare, the Fenway, laid out by Frederick Law Olmsted.

Eastie, or East Boston, is a Boston, Massachusetts neighborhood with around 40,000 residents. The community was created by linking multiple islands utilizing landfill. In 1836, East Boston was annexed by Boston. It's bordered by Winthrop, the...

Boston's largest neighborhood, Dorchester, also is amongst its most diverse. Residents who have lived there for a long period of time interact with newer immigrants from Cape Verde, Vietnam and Ireland. The nation's original Vietnamese Community...

The oldest community inside Boston, Massachusetts, U.S. Initially referred to as Mishawum by Native Americans, Charlestown is situated upon a peninsula that is north of the Charles River, across from Boston's downtown area, and additionally adjoins...

You can cross the Charles River and discover yourself inside another city; one which people in the area usually consider as the eccentric section of Boston. Basically its own city, it's a unique and exciting multicultural setting that is swimming in...

Brookline includes a diverse community which sits slightly outside the city limits of Boston. Flanking itself in between many of Boston's communities, Brookline feels as if it's a portion of Boston proper. Larz Anderson Park includes Brookline's...

Brighton is named after the town of Brighton inside the English city of Hove and Brighton. For its initial 160 years it was a portion of Cambridge and was referred to as "Little Cambridge."

Beacon Hill is perhaps the most historic neighborhood inside Boston, Massachusetts. The population of Beacon Hill's community is 9,023, according to the 2010 United States Census. Beacon Hill, one of the oldest neighborhoods in Boston, derives its...

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The decision to purchase your first home is one of the biggest and best choices you could ever make. After all, a home is the largest - and most emotional - investment most people will face in their lifetime. So, how do you know if it's the right...

FORECLOSED AND FORECLOSING PROPERTIES DOMINATE MANY OF TODAY’S U.S. REAL ESTATE MARKETS—MORE THAN FOUR YEARS AFTER THE SHARPEST OBSERVERS SAW THE MARKET SHIFT COMING, AND MORE THAN TWO YEARS AFTER THE REALITY HIT HOME FOR MILLIONS OF AMERICAN...

STAGE IT, SELL IT, PROFIT!Turn on any popular home network on cable TV and you’ll find a program on staging.Re-arrange your furniture, pick a soothing color palette, clear out the family photos, and your home will sell faster, and for more money....

HEADLINES TODAY ARE FILLED WITH STORIES ABOUT HOMEOWNERS IN FINANCIAL DISTRESS—PEOPLE WHO FACE A LENDER’S FORECLOSURE ON THEIR HOME. Millions of American home owners are wondering what to do.Like most crises, this one has produced its share of...

GETTING THE BEST VALUE FOR YOUR HOMEGETTING READY TO GET INTO THE REAL-ESTATE MARKET?Most sellers today are nervous and unsure. They wonder: is taking a loss on our house inevitable?The answer is no! A strategic sales plan, coupled with a smart buy...

As the events of the last few years in the real estate industry show, people forget about the tremendous financial responsibility of purchasing a home at their peril. Here are a few tips for dealing with the dollar signs so that you can take down...

Selling your home doesn′t just mean hiring a realtor to stick a sign out front. There are a lot of preparations you should make to ensure you get the best offer possible in the shortest time.Repair. Just because you’ve gotten used to the...

Moving from a small town or suburb to a large city can be an intimidating proposition. Here are a few tips to help make your move as painless as possible.Research before you move. It’s important to understand the culture you’re joining. Do...

Looking to buy a home? Here are five essential tips for making the process as smooth as possible.Get your finances in order.Start by getting a full picture of your credit. Obtain copies of your credit report. Make sure the facts are correct, and fix...

When preparing to sell your home, it’s often a good idea to stage your property, highlighting its best features with presentation and decor. But how exactly does an effectively staged home entice buyers? Let’s break down the science of staging...

Looking to sell your home, but don’t know where to start? Here are some links and resources for information on home inspections, finding contractors, and other seller-related topics.The National Association of REALTORS®largest trade...

Your needs always come first. At Keller Williams, we provide the service we agree to, in the ways that work for you, whether once a week, once a day, by phone, email or text message. That's how we'll do it. You'll always be kept in the loop.When You...

If you’re searching for a new home, chances are high that you’re also one of the 65 percent of Americans who own a pet. When choosing a home to keep you and your furry companion happy, here are a few key features to look for.Flooring: Pet owners...

Looking to buy a home, but don’t know where to start? Here are some links and resources for information on loans, mortgages, and other buyer-related topics.The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)offers U.S. home buyers a wealth...

We love helping buyers find their dream home. That's why we work with each client individually, taking the time to understand their unique lifestyles, needs and wishes.When You Work With Us, You Get:A knowledgeable and professional real estate...

It is often more emotional to sell a home than to buy a home, and the reason for selling your home may be a determining factor in the urgency of the sale. The urgency may also have an effect on the price of the property.It is important to take the...

We understand that buying or selling a home is more than just a transaction: it’s a life-changing experience. That’s why our team of highly-seasoned real estate professionals is dedicated to providing exceptional, personalized service for all of...