Marcia Solberg
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THERE'S A LOT TO LOVE ABOUT LIVING ON THE SOUTH SHORE

And it's not just about the opportunities for beach and boating on pond, bay, and ocean.

It's the proximity to Boston. The walking trails and well-respected schools. The opportunity for arts and culture. The historical and rural integrity. The close-knit, singularly identifiable communities spanning the coast from Quincy to Plymouth and inward from Plympton to Rockland.

 

fact #1: A LITTLE WANDERLUST IS TOTALLY NORMAL

According to the National Association of REALTORS®, the average seller placing their home on the market has resided at their current property for 10 years. Here on the South Shore, our residents tend to move from one property to another in the same town, or to a home in a neighboring town. 

 

fact #2: but sometimes, you've got another place to go

Whether it's a job being transferred out of state, grandkids being born out of state, or the irresistible allure of living in Boston, residents leave the South Shore. And whether you're looking to move three or three thousand miles away? Well, this is where people like me come in.

 

ALLOW ME TO INTRODUCE MYSELF

The first step in any real estate transaction is finding the agent who will not only flawlessly manage every unique aspect of your transaction, but finding the agent with whom you can connect – the person who communicates in a way you understand, who thoroughly comprehends what you need, and who will respond to you as reactively and effectively as possible. 

My name is Marcia Gallagher Solberg. I'm a full-time real estate agent with Macdonald & Wood Sotheby's International Realty, located in Duxbury, Massachusetts. For over seventeen years, I have been the right agent for numerous clients throughout the South Shore, and I would love to get to know you and learn about your homeownership or leasing needs.

 

writing about real estate

duxbury is a forever sort of place

In Texas and California, some families move to towns with well-respected schools and move as soon as their kids graduate. This is not the case in Duxbury.

when i sold my house

Being a real estate agent doesn't mean you're immune to the exhaustion of constant upkeep that comes along with selling your home. 

And the grief about saying goodbye? Turns out, there's no immunity for that, either.

#TBT: 262 MARSHALL STREET, DUXBURY

All homes have a history, but most houses don't have the historical significance of 262 Marshall Street, which I had the pleasure of listing last spring.