Combining a local’s familiarity with Greater Boston with an MBA from Babson (not to mention a certificate from the famed Dale Carnegie Sales Training program), Eric Glassoff is a double-threat who is as cordial, professional, and unthreatening as a realtor can be. Whether you are looking to buy, sell, or relocate, Glassoff’s experience, knowledge and tenacity will make sure that every transaction is handled efficiently and with maximal good feeling on all sides. For nearly three decades, this National Realtors Association Member and VP at Coldwell Banker has been among the top performers in the area, reaching the top 1% in sales at Coldwell Banker for many years in a row. Speaking of percentages, Glassoff also averages 6% over asking price for his customers and closes transactions on an average of 15 days. He also specializes in helping first time home buyers, and “empty nesters” downsize and in helping every customer find the home that it truly right for them.

When not supporting buyers and sellers, Glassoff works tirelessly for such vital organization as Pediatric Brain Cancer, Children’s Hospital, the Jimmy Fund, Brookline Police & Firefighters, and the MSPCA.


How do you define your venture?

Helping my clients sell or buy real estate by guiding, educating, and making recommendations on how best to achieve their goals.

What gave you the idea?

A friend of mine who was already a realtor recommended that I try it.

Who is your customer base or demographic?

Anyone who wants to buy or sell within 30 minutes of Boston.

How do you hope to fit into the market?

By building a reputation of caring about my clients, being honest, and being very competent.

What do you most need to be a success?

To make sure every person I touch along the way, feels that I was knowledgeable, ethical and empathetic.


This interview is part of Matt Robinson’s continuing set of Jewish and Israeli entrepreneur features. Please look for it on Sundays and suggest subjects. Todah!