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Catherine Bassick

Luxury Real Estate Specialist and Trend Setter

If you have a luxury property to sell or are in the market for a high-end property in Greater Boston, Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket, or the Berkshires, look no further than Bassick Forbes Global Properties. Founder Catherine Bassick and her team offer an unbeatable combination: in-depth market expertise, unparalleled connections, and sophisticated negotiation strategies.

Catherine and Michael Bassick posing together in front of stone wallCatherine BassickMichael and Catherine Bassick of Bassick Forbes Global Properties

Drawing from 18 years of industry experience and a resume that includes the sale of the first single-family home over $100 million in U.S. history, Bassick is acknowledged among the ranks of the highest producers in real estate around the world.

Clients rave about her abilities. “Catherine embodies an incredible combination of intellect, ingenuity, artistry, common sense, kindness, and beauty,” one writes. “In short, there’s nothing she couldn’t do if she put her mind to it. Having witnessed how Catherine interacts with clients at all levels and in a variety of sectors, I highly recommend her as a phenomenal person to work with in any capacity.” 

“Catherine has a magnetic personality, coupled with an in-depth knowledge of the high-end real estate market, making her a force to be reckoned with. She’s well respected, dynamic, and results-oriented,” enthuses another.

Generous with her expertise, Bassick is also a Wall Street Journal best-selling author. She has contributed her insights to recent books such as Success Mindsets: How Top Entrepreneurs Succeed in Business and Life (Leaders Press, 2021) and Luxury Home Selling Mastery II (Happy Publishing LLC, 2021).

You can reach Catherine Bassick at 617-800-7764, [email protected], or on the web at

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