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Kate Ziegler is a Boston-based Realtor with Arborview Realty, as well as an investor, entrepreneur, speaker, and property manager. She helps clients across Greater Boston buy and sell homes that fit their unique needs and achieve their goals in a rapidly shifting market, without leaving the communities they love.Meet with Kate
The mission is possible! In 2021, Kate helped 29 buyers in Massachusetts and New Hampshire win offers, and not one of them waived inspection: Kate works creatively to write compelling offers while mitigating buyer risk. In this market, buyers need a determined partner, and Kate can help you think (and buy) outside the box.
Today’s market shifts quickly, but Kate’s experience, network, and dedication help sellers develop a strategy to move forward to their next adventure, when the time is right. From pre-listing preparations to closing day, Kate will negotiate and navigate the process on the ground, to ensure a smooth transaction and strong ROI.
Arborview is a full service real estate firm with over 25 years in Boston, representing clients and listings in a collaborative environment. Partnership ensures the competitive edge, and Kate’s clients are always covered, in every step of the buying or selling process.
Kate started her real estate career in legal operations and corporate property management and, the daughter of a contractor, spent years on work sites roofing, framing, and hanging siding. Her childhood home was a pre-Revolution log cabin, and she owns and manages properties in Massachusetts and New Hampshire with her husband, Jack Romano; Kate knows her way around Boston’s bones, basements, three-deckers, and fixer-uppers, and she loves the smell of fresh lumber.
Having lived and worked in Boston for more than 15 years, Kate has made Roxbury, Jamaica Plain, and Roslindale home since attending Northeastern University to study International Affairs and Art. Currently a member of The Junior League of Boston, a member of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce Leadership Alumni Council, a regular volunteer with the Women’s Lunch Place, and a mentor with Northeastern’s Honors Alumni program, Kate is committed to seeing all of Boston thrive.