Tag Archives: East Bay Real Estate

With a sales price of $965,000, 2 White Birch Lane in Barrington was the most valuable home sold in the region this week. Photos credit willow.com.

Off the Market: Dozens of East Bay homes sold

Off the Market: Dozens of East Bay homes sold

The real estate market seems to be hitting its stride this summer, as dozens of properties changed hands throughout the East Bay this week. Check out what sold in your town and for how much. Barrington 214 Promenade St. — $119,000. 51 Governor Bradford Drive — $438,000. 26 Bay Road — $530,000. 2 White Birch

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Meet Donna Andrews: Golfer, chauffeur, security officer, manicurist and more

By Joan D. Warren Donna Andrews holds a real estate license in Rhode Island and Massachusetts and also holds the national designations of Accredited Buyer Representative and Graduate Realtor Institute, GREEN and e-PRO. She is certified as a negotiations, home marketing and new homes specialist. She is a member of the Rhode Island Association of Realtors and is the 2014

Sell Yourself and Your Services To Buyers

Seller demand for real estate professionals is extremely high, yet buyers are less drawn to hire out for services. With the internet being readily available its easy to search out listings on their own. Analyzing the housing market individually is possible, its important for buyers to seek professional counsel when making such a large decision.

In real estate, communication is key

Are you ahead of the curve or lagging behind in your communication style? As you know in today’s world of real estate, communication is an the center of everything we do. When was the last time you updated your style of communication? Do you text and email your clients? Do you pick up the phone

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A new view on public space

When most people think about the subject of “public space” they will often immediately think of leafy parks and large city squares. But what about the streets and sidewalks? The streetscape that lies between private parcels of land probably represents more than 95% of all the publicly-owned space in a typical town or city, far