Hingham Boston MA Realtor Jeff Chubb Lifetime Award Announced

RE/MAXX Realty Plus agent, Jeff Chubb, has earned the RE/MAX Lifetime Achievement Award. He is a successful and renowned estate Boston real estate agent who prides himself on helping people to find their dream Boston home.

Boston , United States - September 18, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Jeff Chubb, of RE/MAX Realty Plus, has received the RE/MAX Lifetime Achievement Award for his hard work and commitment to helping people find their dream home in Boston and surrounding areas including Weymouth and Hingham. While working with RE/MAX, he has been ranked as the #1 Agent in New England and has been the top RE/MAX Agent in Boston. His team will help over 100 families move in 2017 making them one of the top teams in the country.

More information can be found at: http://boston2.com/boston.

Other awards that have been given to Jeff Chubb include the ’10 Best’ award for Customer Satisfaction, and he was ranked in the top 0.002% of the nation by the National Association of Real Estate Experts for his marketing expertise.

RE/MAX Realty Plus and Chubb Realty prides itself on helping people to find the best place to live for their unique needs and the needs of their family. It represents the finest properties in the region, and uses the most innovative technology available to ensure the best results for everyone it works with.

One of the things that sets Chubb Realty apart from its competition is that it offers ultimate privacy and security, speed and efficiency. Its expert staff have years of combined experience in the industry, which has allowed them to benefit from a clear understanding of the mindset of home buyers and sellers, as well as the marketplace itself.

It works hard to ensure that people find the right fit, and find their dream home in an area that is well suited to them and the needs of their family. As part of this commitment, it has a report on its site focusing on the areas to live in Boston.

These include the City of Boston, which is known as being a city of culture with an intellectual reputation, and other neighborhoods like Allston, Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Hyde Park, West Roxbury and more.

Visitors to the site can read about the locations before browsing through the powerful search engine to find the right property for them. Full details including contact details can be found at http://www.boston2.com/blog/boston-neighborhoods/.

Contact Info:
Name: Jeff Chubb
Organization: Chubb Realty of RE/MAX Realty Plus
Address: 738 East Broadway, Boston , MA 02127, United States
Phone: +1-617-480-2600

For more information, please visit http://www.boston2.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 240073

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