Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library
Formerly known as The National Heritage Museum
33 Marrett Road, Lexington, MA







A day filled with knowledge, real estate industry experts, referral opportunities & much more...

Settled into the hills of Lexington, the Scottish Rite Masonic Museum and Library is the ideal first location for the Greater Boston Association of REALTORS® boutique-style conference and expo. In 2011, the GBAR Business Development Committee began discussing alternative ways to increase visibility for our Affiliates and other real estate industry professionals, eventually ending the year with the idea of a tradeshow. Historically, all of the Greater Boston Real Estate Board divisions, including GBAR’s predecessor the Residential Association of REALTORS®, have had success in these types of events and the committee members felt that GBAR owed it to the membership to create a way to increase exposure for affiliates and to provide a platform in which they could showcase their products and services. Finally, taking a definitive shape in 2012, the members of the committee began sculpting a boutique-feel event and tackling all the questions that come with an event of this size. As the event begins to grow, we hope to take this road-show to each of our four regions likely stopping in a town near you!

With the help of the Education Committee in 2013, GBAR came up with a way to showcase its affiliates while also providing tips and trade practices for the individual REALTOR®. As we launch our first GBAR Roadshow in 2013, these two committees and GBAR are committed to giving you the knowledge that will set you apart from the competition, a new tech savvy attitude, and at the end of the day more money in your pocket.

GBAR would like to give a special thank you to all past and present members of the GBAR Business Development Committee and Education Committee for their diligent work in making the thoughts and ideas of the past two years come to life with our first GBAR Roadshow. We can’t wait to see you there!

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