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Nest | Zaiger in the News.

In our constant quest to give more to our clients, Nest has an ongoing media push to get our Luxury homes into publications by creating compelling stories about history and architecture. In this endeavor, we are met with many writers and publications that want to more about who we are and what we do. This page is a sample of all of these stories.

Compass Luxury Division

Luxury In Cape Ann: Massachusett's Best Kept Coastal Secret

Hailing from the world of marketing and branding, Syndi Zaiger, founding agent of Nest, takes a unique, boutique-like approach to real estate marketing and sales. As a 20-year veteran of the industry, Syndi’s knowledge of the luxury market on Cape Ann and throughout the North Shore is unmatched by most.

Syndi Zaiger has recently been featured in Compass' Luxury Division. Read the full interview here!


America’s Best Real Estate Professionals 2021

We are honored to be awarded the distinction of America’s Best Real Estate Professional by Real Trends and the Wall Street Journal. Out of 1.4 million real estate professionals in the United Sates, we are ranked among the top 1.5% in the nation.

Boston Magazine

Top Real Estate Producers of 2021

Your local boutique real estate firm has been named one of Boston Magazine’s Top Real Estate Producers of 2021!! 

We are so honored and committed to giving our clients the highest level of service and motivated to give our clients the best return on investment while also helping them find and create their dream home from start to finish. 


Local Real Estate Experts on Buying/Selling During a Pandemic

North Shore agents from LandVest, Engel & Völkers, and Nest detail what to expect when buying or selling a home these days.

Nest Real Estate’s Syndi Zaiger emphasized the importance of helping her clients and her community now more than ever. She’s reached out to clients to see what they need to get through this tough time, whether or not it’s real estate related. “We have this thing, I constantly say, that if you help people all day long, the money’ll come,” said Zaiger. “Our goal is to help people.”  READ MORE >

Northshore Magazine


A Guide to Buying a House in This Crazy Covid Market

An exclusive analysis of the country’s top buyer’s and seller’s luxury markets following the Covid-19 outbreak, as well as a look at where $1 million and up home-buyers could be headed next

Real estate is a local industry and, as a rule, varies widely from market to market. But when Covid detonated in March, even that constant was upturned: For two weeks or more, deals everywhere fell apart, closings were delayed, buyers didn’t shop and sellers wouldn’t let them in anyway. To find out what is happening on the ground now, we interviewed over 50 agents and buyers in these markets.  READ MORE >



On the Market: A Grand Oceanside Manor in Gloucester

“Living in Cape Ann is a piece of paradise,” the home owner says. “We have culture, natural beauty, are so close to Boston, and have amazing world-class beaches.”

This huge European-style manor might be called “Terra Firma,” but it’s nothing short of heavenly. Soak in the sight of those grand entertaining rooms, the stately columns, and the chandeliers that drip like diamonds from ceilings with intricate moldings. The 8,441 square-foot, four bed, and four and-a-half bath Gloucester estate might be perched between the Atlantic and the sea of green that is the Bass Rocks Golf Course, but no one would fault you for thinking you’re in the Italian countryside.  READ MORE >

Boston Magazine


A New Era of Luxury

Tailored to the highest standard, the Curated Magazine features one-of-a-kind magnificent homes from coast to coast, encompassing every architectural style and design aesthetic, with each one offering a unique and intricate depiction of luxury. We are honored to have 129 Atlantic Road included in the Curated Magazine.   READ MORE >



"...notice how the art-filled interior seamlessly combines classic architecture with livable luxury."

No need to fret over a library card or overdue fees when you reside in this home, which is Rockport’s former public library. 

If going to a great library feels like coming home, this dwelling should be the perfect fit for you. Beyond the thousands of stories the building used to house, the edifice itself has a history of its own: Famed steel magnate and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie commissioned the construction in 1904 to serve as Rockport’s Public Library. While the library has since moved across town, Carnegie’s contribution still stands, now as a stately private residence.

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Boston Magazine


Syndi Zaiger's Nest Real Estate: 
A Small Firm Packing a Big Punch

The Manchester-by-the-Sea based real estate company recently partnered with Compass, bringing boutique client services with big company resources to the North Shore.

When Syndi Zaiger moved to the North Shore from New York twenty years ago, she noticed the natural beauty of the region with its “hidden gem” quality. She also noticed a hole that needed to be filled.   READ MORE >


Once a Carnegie Library, 
Now a Historic Home.


When Gail and David Vastola bought their home in Rockport, Mass., they knew they were buying a piece of history. Commissioned by Andrew Carnegie in 1904, the building was the town library until 1993. The structure sat empty until the Vastolas purchased it in 2007.

‘It was in terrible shape,’ says Dr. Vastola, a 75-year-old physician. ‘It was full of mold and mildew. We had to bring a hazmat team in to clean it out.’ The couple paid $540,000 for the property in an auction and invested approximately $1.5 million in the reconstruction and restoration.   Read More >

Once a Carnegie Library, Now a Historic Home


Dwell Magazine

“The Carnegie” - formerly Rockport Public Library and restored as a private residence is being presented by the Syndi Zaiger Team at Nest Real Estate.

Rockport, MA - Experience the scenic, seaside Town of Rockport and live in this Classic Revival masterpiece known as “The Carnegie” at 18 Jewett Street, Rockport, Massachusetts. Built in 1904 as Rockport’s Public Library, it was one of numerous public libraries that were funded by industrialist, business magnate and philanthropist, Andrew Carnegie. At a later date when the library moved to a larger space across town, the timeless granite structure was purchased and restored as a private residence.


Dwell Magazine: Nest


No celebrity buyers, but Back Shore estate 
fetches $3.8M 

A Back Shore home rumored over the years to be built for or bought by the likes of Barbra Streisand and Mark Wahlberg has finally been sold after more than two years on the market. It was acquired for $3.8 million by a man caught in a legal tangle trying to build another house near Wingaersheek Beach.   Read More >

Gloucester Times
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