Real Estate Professional in Boston, Massachusetts United States
Real Estate Agent

Mary Ann Tecce

Real Estate Professional in Boston, Massachusetts United States
Mary Ann Tecce has been a licensed Real Estate Agent and Broker for 4 decades. Though her publishing career and community efforts became her focus in years prior, she has enlisted her passion for real estate full time since 2009. Her personal approach to each client is concierge-level service. Whether her clients are moving down the street or from another country, Mary Ann provides one on one moving consultation, helping each client and his/her family get acquainted with and settled in their new home. She sees that as an integral part of her job and it is partly why her clients come back to her again and again. It is the long-term relationship and referrals from a job well done that she values most. Her Boston and MetroWest clientele have been delighted with her ability to help them transition from one lifestyle to another. Having lived in Beacon Hill, Back Bay, the North End and now the South End, Mary Ann has a local's appreciation for Boston's many neighborhoods. Recognized as one of Boston's Top 20 Agents-MetroWest in August 2013, Mary Ann has also listed and sold the 2nd most expensive home in Newton in 2013-a true historical gem. Born in Philadelphia and raised in New Jersey, Mary Ann moved to New York City before settling in Boston. While raising her daughter Claire, she worked on various committees for Beacon Hill Nursery School, The Park School, The Winsor School and Boston Latin School. Mary Ann spearheaded a grass roots effort to stop major cutbacks at the 3 Boston Exams Schools resulting in the retention of $10M that otherwise would have been lost. Prior to being a mom, she worked in the publishing industry for magazines such as Boston Magazine, United Marine Publishing, Women's Wear Daily and W. She has served on committees and boards for The Boys and Girls Club of Boston, The Brookline Music School, The Boston Visitors and Convention Bureau, The Carroll Center for the Blind in Newton, and The Sophia Snow House in West Roxbury. She has also been a docent for the John Joseph Moakley US Court House Public Education Program.Discovering Justice.
556 Tremont Street
Boston, Massachusetts, 02118 United States