Who We Are
The Greater Boston Real Estate Board is comprised of five subdivisions:
Building Owners and Managers Association, Commercial Brokers
Association, Greater Boston Association of Realtors®, Real Estate
Finance Association, and the Massachusetts Apartment Association. GBREB
is an affiliate of the National Association of REALTORS®, BOMA
International and the National Apartment Association.
Mission Statement and Objectives of the Greater Boston Real Estate Board
The mission of the Greater Boston Real Estate Board, as the leader of the profession, is to act as advocate for the profession, and to educate, inform, and serve its members and the public. To achieve this mission, GBREB will:
Promote and defend private property rights
Work to foster an environment where members can operate their business successfully.
Create forums for the discussion of business and governmental topics
Promote high ethical and professional standards
Be the leading public voice for the profession
Provide opportunities for its members to conduct their businesses both ethically and profitably.
Support socially responsible initiatives for the community.
Diversity, Inclusion and Fair Housing
The Greater Boston Real Estate Board believes that everyone should have
fair and equal access to housing and stridently supports the Fair
Housing Act and all laws which seek to ensure everyone has acess to
housing, regardless of their race, color, ethnicity, religion, sex,
physical or mental disability, familial status or source of income. The
Board and its members strongly condemn any other bias or discriminatory
practice. It is our steadfast commitment ensure our membership has the
resources, training and support needed to guard against discrimination
of any kind and we work collaborative with local, state and federal
partners to ensure all of our members have access to the training and
supports needed to ensure we live up to these goals. We are proud of the
work we have done to make certain Boston is a more welcoming city for
all who live here and will continue to embody the highest standard of
the Fair Housing Law.