617-909-9669 chrisvietor@gmail.com


chris-vietor-family-real-estate-newton-maChris is a skilled, honest & hardworking real estate professional who takes excellent care of his clients. He grew up in the Wellesley, where his parents still live happily. He and his wife of 10 years, Wendy, have two beautiful sons: Trevor (1) & Nathan (7). They live in West Newton and are proud homeowners! He coaches Nathan in Basketball & Soccer, runs 3 local business groups, listens to a ton of music and LOVES to spend time with his wife and kids. Chris has been selling residential real estate since 2012, taking great pride in his work! Prior to building his real estate career, Chris worked first in biotech sales and then as a children’s Summer Camp Director. He has a passion for connecting with people, solving problems and negotiating deals. He’s constantly working on his “craft” plus invests time and energy to complimentary fields such as local history, architecture, design & building science . As a Realtor he marries his interest in real estate with his core skill set of customer service.


-Online, print and creative guerrilla marketing strategies
-Seller representation
-Buyer representation
-Market analysis
-Real estate consulting
-Real estate investments
-Domestic & international relocation services


-Managing your time – thereby allowing your real estate search to be more efficient.
-Determining how much property you can realistically afford.
-Providing you with a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) of your home sale.
-Strategizing and identifying the appropriate selling price for your home.
-Helping you receive maximum value on your investment.
-Creating a strategic marketing plan for his clients
-Consulting you on how best to prepare your home for sale.
-Recommending vendors who might assist in the sale or purchase of your real estate.
-Negotiating skillfully to ensure you receive fair terms for you and your family.
-Monitoring the purchase or sale transaction from beginning to end.


The Code establishes time-honored and baseline principles that come from the collective experiences of REALTORS since the Code of Ethics was first established in 1913. Those principles can be loosely defined as:

1.) Loyalty to clients;
2.) Fiduciary (legal) duty to clients;
3.) Cooperation with competitors;
4.) Truthfulness in statements and advertising; and non-interference in exclusive relationships that other REALTORS have with their clients.