Cambridge & Somerville on the Left Bank of Boston
What you Need to Know When Buying
or Selling Real Estate?

The Massachusetts Lead Paint Law
for any properties built prior to 1978

How to find Your or Anyone's Deed?

Property Taxes in Cambridge FY2015 and
Somerville FY2015

Please note that both towns offer a
Residential Exemption to the owners of their
primary residence.

Find out which T stations or Bus Lines are
closer to you home - MBTA

Cambridge Public Schools
Somerville Public Schools

Boston Best Public High Schools, 2014

Cambridge, located across the Charles River and Boston,
is home to two of the world's most prominent universities,
Harvard University & MIT. With over 100,000 residents,
Cambridge is the 5th city in the state of MA. Cambridge is
also the youngest city in the U.S with an average age of its
residents of 31 years old. Cambridge is a destination for all
the Life Science industries. And finally Cambridge is a great
place to live with eclectic restaurants & locales, numerous
parks and walkable neighborhoods.

Somerville, located along Cambridge, is the most
densely populated town in New England with a
population of 75,754 people and is home to young
hipsters along with old-generation families.
Somerville has become a destination for foodies or
Music lovers with vibrant Davis Square.
In 2006, the town was named the Best Run City in
Massachusetts by the Boston Globe and the future is
bright. The extension of the Green Line to Union Square
and Washington Street first, then all the way to Medford
participates in its transformation.
13 Neighborhoods, 1 City Cambridge
18 Neighborhoods, 1 City Somerville
Average Sales Volume & Prices in Nearby
Towns, All Properties included, year 2014
Contact Sandrine Deschaux
RE/MAX Destiny
Senior Sale Associate, Top #2 Agent
907 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge MA02139
857 204 9872