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Greater Boston Realty:
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The Coleman Group has been assisting our clients in buying and selling homes in the Greater Boston area for over 25 years.

It’s not just where we work. It’s where we’ve chosen to build our lives too. While we know this area inside and out, we recognize that you may not. We are here to guide you through each Boston suburban community to ensure you find the right place for your family. For sellers, our intimate knowledge of Boston communities ensures you get an agent who deeply understands the market that can help you reach your goals.

Below you can gain important insights into the towns where we are most focused and see available real estate listings across the Greater Boston area.

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Arlington is a suburb six miles northwest of Boston that is known for its diverse and lively community, as well as its many cafes, parks, restaurants, and local shops. It's public schools are highly rated, and the city recently received a 100 on the Municipal Equality Index (MEI) that measures how inclusive the city’s laws, policies, and services are.

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Belmont is a suburb nine miles West of Boston with a population of 26,043. Known for its top rated public school, a variety of boutiques and dining gems, accessibility to the city, and the mansion-filled Belmont Hill neighborhood, Belmont is one of the most desirable places to live in Massachusetts.

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Founded in 1630 by Puritan settlers, Boston is one of the oldest cities in the United States. As a vibrant and diverse coastal city, known for a focus on quality education, access to excellent health care, and an appreciation for arts and culture, Boston continues to attract both new residents and tourists alike.

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Perhaps one of the most well-known Boston suburbs, Cambridge is located directly north of the city of Boston, just across the Charles River. Home to Harvard University and MIT, the city of Cambridge is a diverse hub of thought, innovation, and technological development, and has been consistently ranked as one of the most liberal cities in America.

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As home to the first conflict in the Revolutionary War, as well as some of America's most famous authors from Louisa May Alcott, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Henry David Thoreau, Concord is a town rich in history. 19 miles west of Boston, Concord is known for its excellent public school district and charming center, which offers a variety of boutiques and local dining gems.

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As home to many historical sites, monuments, parks, and buildings, Lexington, is bursting with American history. Today, as a popular Boston suburb, Lexington offers top-ranked public schools, great shopping, accessibility to the city, and an array of community amenities, including the Hayden Recreation Center, A.C.R.O.S.S. trails, and Minuteman Bike Path.