About Cape Cod CRE

Why work with Robert Ciavarra and Cape Cod Commercial Real Estate?

  • Over 30 years in the industry
  • Managed, leased, sold, and owned millions of square footage of real estate
  • Babson College Graduate – BS in Marketing
  • Past Certified Real Estate Appraiser
  • Past Unrestricted General Contractor
View Robert’s Resume

When he verbally commits to any issue I can trust that the project will be completed as agreed!

CA

In all aspects and dealings with Robert we were impressed by his real estate professionalism, proactive approach, integrity, knowledge of real estate transactions and property management, real estate tax abatement, and representing the best financial and overall interests of the condominium association.

JTL

Robert is proficient in all areas of construction, management, and budget controls in any real estate environment.

LT

I’d like to express our appreciation for the professional services you provided as we were looking for office space… We were impressed with your understanding of the real estate market. The company is delighted!

JH

I can also vouch for him as a person of high moral and ethical character… and I value his advise and council

RD

It is a pleasure to work with you, again! You are one of the best Broker/Agents I have dealt with…

SH

Just wanted to thank you for the outstanding job you did for us on the building at 241 Boston Post Road. You listen to us and put a package together the meets our present and future space requirements.

PL

Worked hard and made sacrifices for the good of the group; although he is, at the same time a decent and devoted family man.

PJC

Community Involvement

While Robert Ciavarra has managed commercial property leases and transactions all over Cape Cod and Massachusetts, he enjoys his West Yarmouth home and is heavily involved throughout the mid-cape area. He has a proven history of caring about his community and being involved in various ways.

  • Babson College BS in Marketing
  • Continuing Education in Real Estate Law and Accounting at Stonehill College
  • Association of Construction Inspectors
  • RS Means Company Inc.
  • Condominium Association Institute
  • Baystate Real Estate Academy
  • Northwest Center for Professional Education
  • Past Certified Real Estate Appraiser
  • Past General Contractor 20 years
  • Board Member - Yarmouth Chamber of Commerce
  • Member - Dennis-Yarmouth School Building Committee
  • Chairman - Medway Capital Budget Committee
  • Clerk - Medway Finance Committee
  • Vice Chairman - Easton Fair Housing Committee
  • President - Milford Downtown Partnership
  • Member - Capital Budget Committee Yarmouth
  • Member - Yarmouth Finance Committee
  • Member - Hyannis Chamber of Commerce
  • Member - St Francis Knights of Columbus
  • Member - Hyannis Rotarian

Faith Journey

Pilot photo/ Courtesy Ciavarras

Robert and Christine Ciavarra, married at St. Catherine Parish in Norwood in 1988. On our wedding day, it rained, the limousine broke down, and we missed our flight from Logan Airport. Eight days later, we returned from our honeymoon with bad sun poisoning. All in all, it was quite a start to our marriage -- certainly not a sprinter's start.

It's been 25 years since that rainy day when we united our lives in the sacrament of marriage. When we started out, we had no idea what life would bring us, but we knew that our faith would always bring us through, and we have been blessed with many joys. A marriage is built upon a strong foundation of faith. Through marriage preparation, couples are confirmed in a commitment to the sacrament and are prepared for the road ahead. Our marriage blessed us with three children and all of the joys, trials, and tribulations of parenting them. As parishioners at St. Mary's in Holliston, we are blessed to have Father Mark Coiro shepherd our family. The Church is at the center of our milestone occasions, sometimes in surprising ways. On our 20th wedding anniversary, we planned a trip to New York City. Little did we know that our trip coincided with Pope Benedict's trip to the U.S. and his Mass at Yankee Stadium, which we were blessed to attend.

This year, we joined hundreds of couples celebrating their 25th and 50th anniversaries at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in a special Mass celebrated by Cardinal Seán O'Malley. It was inspiring to stand beside others renewing their marriage commitment and dedication to their spouse. It's our prayer that God's grace will carry us through the next 25 years of marriage or more. Through it all, we've found that staying true to our faith and the Church has fostered and strengthened our love for one another and our understanding of God's love for us. Living our faith as a family is the greatest gift we can give our children.

Two of our children have prayed with and dined with Cardinal Seán at World Youth Day, four of us have attended Mass with the pope, our youngest has participated in multiple mission trips, our oldest started a Christian-based worship club at her public high school, and our son is a camp counselor at a Catholic camp in Georgia. Living out a Catholic marriage is similar to running a marathon -- crossing the finish line is the goal. It isn't easy, particularly in a culture that places little value in sacrificing for the sake of others. In the face of it all, we have each other and God to sustain us. The steady presence of a loving spouse is a true gift.

As we approach nearly 10,000 days of marriage we count approximately a half dozen times we have been separated overnight. We are a couple that has been blessed with the knowledge that the more we give to our marriage and faith, the more we have received in turn. Through God's grace, we hope to enjoy many more years as husband and wife, and we look forward to the next part of our journey with each other, our Church, and our faith. Robert and Christine Ciavarra are parishioners at St. Mary's in Holliston and supporters of the Catholic Appeal. The Catholic Appeal funds 50 ministries and programs, including Marriage Ministries, which organized the Archdiocesan Anniversary Mass on June 2, 2013 at the Cathedral.