Diane Chuha

Having grown up in the real estate industry it was in my blood to become a REALTOR following in my mothers footsteps. My mother started Bond Realty in 1971 and quickly became the premier real estate company in Malden. She opened her first office in 1981 and I joined her in 1984 after graduating high school. I received my real estate license in 1987 while attending college and I have been selling real estate ever since. In 1999 we decided to become affiliated with the Century 21 Real Estate system and bought the franchise to the Malden area becoming Century 21 Bond Realty, Inc.

Throughout my career I have continued to keep up-to-date on all the current economic changes affecting the real estate industry through extensive education and I have earned many prestigious designations such as Graduate of the Realtor Institute (GRI), Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), Certified Buyer Representative (CBR), Senior Real Estate Specialist (SRES) and Loss Mitigation Certification (LMC).

I am truly blessed to have a wide range of buyers and sellers trust me to work with them and help them through the most difficult financial decision of their lives. I currently live in Malden and am very active in the local market. I also service many areas north of Boston.
Malden, MA
Real Estate Market Information
Homes Owned: 10,600
Homes Rented: 13,989
Median Home Price: $353,944
Area Schools: 10
Best Score: 4/10
Average Score: 1.7

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Malden Regional Office

99 Highland Avenue, Malden MA 02148

Malden, MA

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Closest Airport
General Edward Lawrence Logan International
Closest College
MGH INSTITUTE OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS
Closest Major Sports Team
BOSTON BRUINS
Closest Junior College
LINCOLN TECHNICAL INSTITUTE-SOMERVILLE

Demographic Data | Malden, MA

Median Age: 38.21
Married: 37%
Households: 24,589

Overview

Population by Sex
30,048 Male
31,706 Female

Occupancy Types
1,376 Vacant
10,600 Owned
13,989 Rented

Employment

White/Blue Collar Jobs
33% White Collar
67% Blue Collar

Transportation to Work
70% Drive
24% Public Transportation
4% Walk/Bike/Other
2% Work from Home