“The perfect evolution of an extraordinary real estate transaction”
Moshe began his real estate career in 1994 in the exciting New York City market, spending four years as a consistent top performer with NYCA Company. In early 2000, Moshe moved with his family to the Boston South End neighborhood he called home when he first moved to the U.S. from Israel.
Back in Boston, Moshe joined Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty and quickly became a top producer consistently ranked among the company’s brokers. He has earned recognition and praise from his clients, building his real estate family one extraordinary transaction at a time.
In the past 20 years, Moshe has assisted countless buyers and sellers reach a satisfactory outcome by utilizing his knowledge, experience, ethics, straight-forward approach and ability to keep calm in stressful situations. He remains involved in all aspects of his clients’ real estate transactions, making himself available at any point in time and keeping everyone informed at every step. Moshe firmly believes that a real estate transaction should not only be smooth and successful but fun and exciting!
Moshe says: “My top priority as a real estate broker is to listen carefully – to the pulse of the market and to my clients’ needs as both evolve over time. My goal is to bring out the extraordinary in each client’s property”.
Born in Israel, Moshe served in the Israeli army where he learned about leadership, the value of life and the importance of friendship. It is not a coincidence that he likes to refer to his growing family of clients as his “circle of touch”. A testament to his unique ability to touch people beyond business, many of Moshe’s clients have quickly become friends,
In his free time Moshe enjoys many interests including photography, writing, travel, live music, art and anything to do with water and sun. Moshe is a big sports fan and continues to have a soft spot for tennis, a sport he played and taught for years prior to becoming a real estate broker.
Moshe is fluent in English and Hebrew and working to improve his conversational Spanish.
Anchored in his community, Moshe has served as chair for HomeStart which works to find housing for the homeless, moving them from shelters into their own homes. He also donates his time and money to local charities and organizations such as The Pine Street Inn, Rosie’s Place, Home for Little Wanderers, United South End Settlements, and The Hurley School.
Moshe continues to live in the South End with his wife Cindy and their two “children” – eleven-year-old son Jayvyn and Viszla pup Scarlett.
Moshe is a member of the Greater Boston Real Estate Board, Massachusetts Association of Realtors and the National Association of Realtors.
Contact Moshe Elmekias
556 Tremont Street, Boston MA 02118