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Jim Gibbons Celebrates 30 Years with RE/MAX

We are honored to announce that Jim Gibbons has recently achieved 30 years with RE/MAX.

Jim has been in the real estate industry with RE/MAX for 30 years. He has achieved many sales awards throughout his career including the RE/MAX’s Lifetime Achievement Award, earned by only 3% of agents and the RE/MAX Hall of Fame Award, which in 1991 Jim became the first RE/MAX agent from New England to ever qualify for induction. Jim has a very deep understanding of the Stoughton, Canton, Sharon, Westwood, Dedham, Walpole, Norwood, Foxboro, Easton, Medfield markets, having been successful in this industry for so long. “My objective is simple:  sell your house for the most amount of money in the least amount of time. My career as a full-time Realtor began in 1976 and I have over 2100 satisfied past clients spanning 20 communities in Norfolk, Bristol and Suffolk Counties.

In addition to his local market knowledge and his sales achievements, he has lived in Stoughton with his wife, Maureen, for 41 years. They raised 3children together in the area. They now enjoy the happy chaos that comes with having 10 grandchildren nearby.   He is considered a seasoned professional in all the neighborhoods he services.

“Jim is a leader in our industry. He has built an excellent reputation over the years having helped hundreds of families,” said Mike Gallagher Owner of RE/MAX Real Estate Center.  “With 30 years at RE/MAX, his experience, professionalism, proven sales success record and years of market knowledge, we only foresee his success in real estate to continue for many years to come. We wish him a wonderful industry anniversary and are happy that he chooses to continue with RE/MAX Real Estate Center.”

Boston #1 For St. Patrick's Day Celebrations!

Happy St. Patrick's Day to you all! 

It should be of no surprise to all those that live in and around Boston that it's ranked #1 in best cities to celebrate St. Patrick's Day! For those of you that find this surprising, you should also know, that the holiday was actually founded in this very city in 1737 with New York's parade following in 1762! With parades, pub crawls and traditional feasts, there's no shortage of things to do on March 17th every year! 

A big thanks to our friends over at Trulia who put together the above fact sheet on the holiday -- see the original post here.

May the luck of the Irish be with you on this St. Patrick's Day,


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