Doug brings a unique set of skills and experience to his work representing sellers, buyers, investors and renters in Downtown Boston. After graduating from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and getting his MBA from M.I.T., Doug has spent over 25 years working in Tech and Real Estate on both coasts. In between working at Intel for 8 years in Silicon Valley and 5 years at Staples Ecommerce in Framingham, he gained experience in residential real estate consulting, property management, development, real estate marketing, and even started his own company that buys, renovates, furnishes, rents and sells luxury properties in Boston.
Doug has lived in Wellesley and Downtown Boston for over 14 years and has left the corporate world to follow his passion for real estate on a full-time basis. When you work with Doug, you will understand what to expect at every step of the process. He believes that proactive, consistent communication is important to ensure a smooth transaction and exceptional client experience. For Sellers, he'll provide a detailed analysis of comparative properties that have sold recently as well as a way to monitor competitive listings. A pre-listing packet will outline his recommended pricing and marketing strategy. Doug will set up all Buyers and Sellers with a Compass Collection as a way to monitor all the relevant changes among key properties. The high tech tools available at Compass, in the hands of a high-tech marketer, is a powerful combination that differentiates his service.
Doug lives with his family in the Wharf District where he is the Chair of the Board of Trustees at Folio Boston, a Founder of Friends of Boston Seaport and an active member of the Wharf District Council. You may see him taking photos and walking his dog, Winni, along the Harborwalk or enjoying his favorite restaurants near the Waterfront and Seaport Districts.
Contact Doug today to discuss your real estate needs. Check out his monthly Downtown Boston Market Updates and Buyer's Guide posted here; https://linktr.ee/dgribbel.