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Douglas Carson, Realtor (Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage)

Douglas Carson, Realtor

Real Estate Agent / Lincoln, MA
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage - Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC

Get to know Douglas Carson

A graduate of the Whitemore School of Business at UNH (1989), I bring distinctive marketing and Internet-savvy skills to my practice.

As a career sales professional, I pride myself on delivering unmatched customer service and market knowledge to my buyers and sellers.  Formerly an advertising executive with Forbes.com, Ziff-Davis, and Arnold Worldwide, I have an extensive background in sales and marketing.  And my strong affiliation for residential real estate is a natural: both of my parents are real estate brokers in Manhattan.

Though I have experience with all types and styles of residential real estate, my personal interest is in Mid-Century Modern homes.  A long time fan of the modern homes of Lincoln (think: Gropius House, Dwell Magazine, Atomic Ranch Magazine), I had the opportunity to fulfill my dream in the summer of 2008 by purchasing a classic '50s modernist home of my own.

I have been listing and selling homes in the MetroWest region of Massachusetts since 2004.  Living with my wife, daughter, and son in Lincoln, I have grown to know and love the greater Boston area.

Douglas Carson Expertise

Middlesex County, up and down the Rt. 2 corridor from Boston to Boxborough.  Towns include: Lincoln, Concord, Sudbury, Weston, Wayland, Lexington, Bedford, Arlington, Belmont, Watertown, Cambridge, Somerville, Waltham, Acton, Boxborough, Carlisle, Maynard, Stow

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Customer service focused; extensive background in sales and marketing; from a family of real estate brokers. Lincoln, Concord, Lexington, Arlington, Belmont, Sudbury, Carlisle, Weston, Acton, etc.
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