Matt Aranson and Zach Lombardi, Compass

Matt Aranson & Zach Lombardi
Real Estate Advisors
Compass

Matt Aranson and Zach Lombardi of the Aranson Lombardi Team at Compass excel at earning their clients’ trust and delivering the kind of high-quality service that results in repeat business and lasting relationships. With nearly 12 years of real estate experience combined, their team specializes in the South Boston market while maintaining strong local connections and extensive knowledge of the greater Boston area. Primarily working with first-time homebuyers, investors and renters, they prioritize educating potential new clients on the buying and selling process. “There is a lot to be learned here,” says Lombardi, “and we want to do everything we can to spread the knowledge!”

Known for their quick response time and sincere advice, Aranson and Lombardi handle every transaction with a deep sense of personal care and attention. “To us, business is personal,” Aranson says. “We try to view each deal from the client’s perspective, which allows us to assist them to the best of our ability.” Thanks to their recent transition to Compass, Aranson and Lombardi have been able to better serve their clients through the company’s state-of-the-art technology and marketing strategy. To date, they’ve sold over $250 million in greater Boston, and in this year alone, they’ve completed over 60 sales transactions and have listed more than 200 rental properties for investor clients.

In 2016, Lombardi was a finalist for Realtor Magazine’s 30 under 30, and in 2017, they were both members of the winning team for Boston Magazine’s Best of Boston. Aranson is a member of the South Boston chapter of the Business Network International group, and together, they support St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, the Dana Farber Cancer Research Institute and the Pan Mass Challenge, among others.

“We are humbled and understand that none of this would be possible without the support of our clients, our team and, of course, our family,” they say.

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