Richard D. Vetstein, Esq.

Founding Partner of The Vetstein Law Group, P.C., Vice President + Director of Marketing for TitleHub Closing Services, LLC

Tel: 508.620.5352 | Email: [email protected]

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Richard D. Vetstein, Esq. is the creator and principal author of the Massachusetts Real Estate Law Blog. Rich is a nationally recognized real estate attorney, having written extensively on real estate legal issues and been featured or quoted by the Boston Globe, Bloomberg News, Financial Times, Associated Press, Wall Street Journal, and Banker & Tradesman. Rich was recently selected as one of Inman News’ Top 100 Most Influential in Real Estate.

As a former outside title claims counsel for a national title company and sitting zoning board member, Rich has extensive experience with real estate litigation, title claims, condominiums, construction, lending, and residential transactional work. Rich has worked on several groundbreaking real estate cases in his career.

Rich is also a trailblazer for the successful use of the Internet and social media for his companies’ marketing efforts. Rich thinks so highly of social media that he helped found HubConnected LLC, which provides Social Media Solutions for the real estate industry. The ABA Journal and Lawyers Weekly USA have featured Mr. Vetstein for his successful use of blogs and social media. Mr. Vetstein is also a contributing blogger on’s Real Estate Now Blog.


Suffolk University Law School, J.D.

  • Top 10% class rank
  • Law Review
  • Clerk, Federal District Court Judge William G. Young.

Miami (Ohio) University in Oxford, OH, B.S. in Mass Communication/Media Management with a minor in Marketing.

  • Account Executive, Laws, Hall & Associates, Molson Breweries in Toronto, Canada.
  • Sigma Alpha Mu. Fraternity
  • Men’s Volleyball Team


Rich is active in his community, local philanthropies and bar associations, which provides him with the opportunity to give back, volunteer and connect with his colleagues and peers.

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