Leading Luxury Real Estate from Boston to South Shore

Modern Luxury Editors Modern Luxury Editors | July 21, 2021 | Home & Real Estate, Sponsored Post,

Summer is in full swing however tropical thunderstorms and sweltering heat have not slowed the national real estate movement of homebuyers migrating from Urban to Suburban living. Incredibly, the market has also seen an uptick in city dwelling, and downtown Boston is thriving. Exceptional homes are also flying off the market due to their proximity to office spaces as people are starting to commute again and reconnect with each other in person.

But naturally, with a fiercely competitive market comes an abundance of agents and brokers at the ready. So what sets them apart? For Ryan Glass, Vice President at Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty, it’s all about the service. “Do what is right for the client, and the rest follows,” states Glass. Driven by grit and hard work, he earned his real estate license at only 19, sold his first home at 20, and started listing million dollar properties at 26. It hasn’t always been easy but Glass has built his business and reputation on authenticity, integrity, and most importantly end-to-end service. And now at only 33, Ryan ranked in the top 1.5% nationwide of all real estate agents in the U.S. for 2021.

And with great luxury service, comes even better luxury sales. Glass’s home sales speak for themselves. Specializing in properties spanning Boston to South Shore, Ryan and his team of 2 other agents have already placed over $24 million under contract year to date in 2021.


48 Collier Road, Scituate. Buyer representative. Sale price $2,549,000.


290 Commonwealth Ave, Back Bay. Sold $75,000 over ask in one day. Sale price: $2,050,000

4 Clapp Brook Road, Norwell. Sold for full price! Sale price: $1,350,000


Ryan J. Glass Team at Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty

With the current competitive landscape, it’s more important than ever to list or explore the market with the team that will provide you and your home the best in service, beginning to end. For more information, log onto ryanjglass.com.

Photography by: Photography provided by Ryan Glass