We are a Realty group that is a branch of our parent company True North Realty. We have over 20 years experience in the Boston and surrounding towns.
LIBRE sets itself apart from all other Realty firms in that it is entirely focused on the overseas investors with an emphasis on the Asian investor. More specifically, we provide a niche market to cater to international investors seeking to invest in Boston and its surrounding towns. We work tirelessly to find the right property for you by delivering the most professional, objective, and complete service. We understand that the cultural gap can cause some difficulty for our Overseas investors. Our multilingual speaking agents are aware of this and are trained to make this process one that will be a very positive experience.
We are committed to connecting high net-worth investors worldwide with prestigious properties in Boston. We will arrange for you to be picked up at the airport and drive you to a hotel in close proximity to the properties that have selected to be of interest to you.
Our services also include marketing and managing your investment if you are not ready to occupy your new residence.
We offer a start to finish VIP service where you will experience hassle free investing with complete confidence and trust for your overseas residence.
About Greater Boston Real Estate
Greater Boston, in a nutshell, is one of the most amazing places to live in the United States. It is a melting pot of cultures and a treasure trove of rich history and cultural gems. It is a region proud of its heritage, always looking back on its storied past while looking forward to the future. Greater Boston is, simply, one of the best places to be in North America.
Boston and its diverse neighborhoods make the beating heart of the Greater Boston metropolitan area, while its surrounding cities such as Cambridge and Quincy complete the region. Luxury International Boston Real Estate (LIBRE) will take you to the best neighborhoods to help you find the perfect home for you.
Greater Boston is home to the headquarters as well as regional offices of several corporate giants from different industries, such as the following:
- Stop & Shop
- Google Inc.,
- Au Bon Pain
- Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts
- New Balance Athletic Shoe, Inc.
- Bentley Motors
- The Gilette Company
The high concentration of companies with offices in Greater Boston greatly contributes to the employment rates in the area. You don’t have to worry about career opportunities – the choices are endless in the region. Despite the bustling economy, Greater Boston is still continuously growing with several new developments such as One Broomfield, AVA Theater, Twenty Two Liberty, Four Seasons, and Millennium Tower to take the metropolis to another level.
The Greater Boston area is home to a number of outstanding health care facilities to cater to the population’s needs. There are three major hospitals in the area, named as some of the best in the country. These are Brigham and Women’s Hospital (affiliated with Harvard Medical School), Massachusetts General Hospital in the West End neighborhood of Boston, and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, home of some of the best oncologists and cancer researchers in the country.
Greater Boston is world-renowned for being the home of a number of highly rated universities and top-performing public school systems. Most prestigious of the academic institutions in the region is Harvard University in Cambridge, MA, where you can find another well-regarded institution; Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Rounding up the top 5 best universities in the state are Boston University, Brandeis University, and Tufts University.
Major highways intersect and weave in and out of Greater Boston, connecting its principal cities to other parts of the state and eventually out of it. Some of these thoroughfares include Interstate 93, Interstate 95, and U.S. Route 3. These highways make driving in and out of Boston easier, but the preferred way of commuting in the area is to take the T.
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA), affectionately known among locals as The T consists of five different lines (Red, Orange, Green, Blue, and Silver) that connect Boston neighborhoods to areas such as Brookline, Quincy, and Cambridge. The T is an efficient mode of public transportation.
The major airport in Greater Boston is the General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport, located approximately 5 kilometers northeast of downtown Boston, in the neighborhood of East Boston.
Boston Real Estate
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