College Transitions’ Director of Content, Dave Bergman, contributed to an article on the Redfin blog.

Check out the recent Redfin article we were featured in: What is Boston Known For? 12 Things That Will Make You Fall in Love With the City | Redfin

If you’re considering moving to Boston, you might be familiar with the city for its famous baked beans, The Boston Marathon, and Fenway Park. But these are just a few aspects that make Boston so unique. So what else is Boston known for? Dig a little deeper, and you’ll find even more reasons why Boston, MA, is arguably one of the best cities in the U.S. In fact, the city consistently ranks at the top of “best of” lists.

Maybe you’re renting in one of Boston’s many neighborhoods, perhaps a townhouse in Charlestown or a high-rise unit in Downtown Boston, and are wanting to get to know your new city better. Or perhaps you’re curious about what it’s like to live in Boston before moving cross-country. Either way, you’ll quickly discover that this city has so much to offer. Check out our feature in Redfin’s recent article!

Below, you’ll find a snippet highlighting our contribution to the Redfin piece:

“The Boston area is known for the country’s oldest university, Harvard (established in 1636), and many other top-ranked institutions,” says Dave Bergman, Ed.D, Director of Content at College Transitions LLC, a team of experts who guide students through the application process. “The city draws tech geniuses from around the globe to MIT and swarms of brilliant people to the likes of Boston University, Boston College, Tufts, and Northeastern, among others. The heavy concentration of prestigious colleges flavors the city with unmatched raw intellect and an innovative spirit. The universities’ collective contribution to the area’s arts, culture, and overall vibrancy explains why Boston is the nation’s premier academic hub.”