Real Estate Agency – We Know The Neighborhood Best.

  • We are rated one of the best brokerages in the greater Boston area

  • We have the top contacts and resources to get the job done

  • Due to being highly reviewed, we can’t take everyone, so call now!

  • Luxury real estate is our specialty

  • If you are planning in investing, contact one of our experts

  • We work hard for our grade A reviews.

  • Trusting is key in our real estate services.

  • If you want to work with a female owned business, this is it!


Our brokers reside in the Back Bay neighborhood in Boston.  Brokerages employ numbers of real estate agents that are experienced and know the area. They are the legal part of any home buying or selling transactions. It’s up to them to go by the real estate rules and regulations so clients can rest assured that they are in the best hands when negotiating home offers andreading contracts pertaining to the conditions of escrow, future home improvements, home loan and mortgage.


Real Estate Agents – We Do Everything We Can To Make You Happy.

  • Our agents provide the best comparative market analysis out there

  • Your happiness is our top priority

  • Our Realtors are highly reviewed in all markets.

  • Luxury realtors are available around the west Massachusetts area.

  • Our expert knowledge is key to our outstanding negotiation services.

  • Reviews are always important to hiring an agent, we can set you up with our past clients

  • We pride ourselves in being a trusting business for those who are buying and selling

  • FosterDouglas Real Estate is run by 2 females


Realtors and agents (also known as listing agents) will make sure the client is in great hands throughout the entire buying and selling process. Once a seller decides to sell their home, the agent will come to evaluate the home, decide on the repairs and improvements to increase the home value and then create a selling plan of execution.  Real estate marketing involves staging, photography, video and listing the property. They will work on scheduling open houses and private showings and then be in charge offers, counter offers, legal contracts and negotiations.

Buyers will get together with the real estate agents to go over what kind of living situation they are preferring, ie, townhomes, duplex, condos or homes.  They will go over schools and residential neighborhoods along with features, amenities, bedrooms and bathrooms is needed for the single family home.


About Back Bay

This area  is affluent with all of It’s shopping and dining selections. It’s an officially recognized and popular neighborhood of Boston.  The most recognizable features of it is the Victorian Brownstown homes which is considered the best preserved 19th century urban design.

The Boston Public Library resides here and also super fashionable shopping destinations like Newbury and Boylston Streets, Prudential Center and Copley Place Malls. Boston’s tallest office building a Hynes Convention center and some major hotels are also in this area.

Prior to the 19th-century filling project, Back Bay was literally a Bay along with Beacon hill and now they are two of the most expensive residential neighborhoods.

Going back to the Bay, it was tidal and the water rose and fell several feet over the course of each day. At low tide the bay exposed a Marshy flat. As early as 5200 years before present, native Americans build fish Weirs here.

Back Bay has 5 east-west corridors which is created by streets like,  Beacon Street, Marlborough Street, Commonwealth Ave, Newbury Street and Boylston Street.

Newbury Street is where most of the city’s shops, salons, spas, restaurants, coffee bars and anything else desirable is located.

Another great feature of Back Bay is the ProClarendon Street Playground which is sort of a kid haven. It’s on a corner lot and has ride on toys, balls, special events. It’s a mecca for parents who want to entertain their kids along with gaining social connections for themselves.

Fun fact…in April of 2013, an address of 55 Commonwealth Ave set the record for the most expensive residence sold in the neighborhood. It was built in 1875 and had gone through several transformations. At one point it even became an apartment building before reverting back to the single family in 1991.  It sold for $14,000,000.

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