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The Bristol Ferry Lighthouse has been an iconic symbol of Bristol for generations, guarding the 3,000-foot-wide passage between Bristol and Portsmouth at the beginning of Mt. Hope Bay for nearly 170 … more
 In an effort to help become more energy independent as well as save on utility bills, more and more homeowners are considering going solar. While there is a significant learning … more
This is still the era of superlatives in the real estate market. “Unprecedented.” “Historic.” “Crazy.” “Wild.” “Never before.” These are … more
While the ground is still cold and spring planting is still far off on the horizon, it’s a great time to begin your outside landscape planning. Between now and the last frost around the middle … more
Although the real estate market continues to be insanely competitive, property owners should be mindful of tried-and-true rules that still apply when getting a house ready to sell. Homeowners who … more
The housing market in the East Bay is tighter right now than it was heading into the hypercompetitive 2021 spring housing market. Unfortunately for home buyers, more heartache, not relief, is the … more
While the pandemic has wreaked havoc on many industries, it’s been a catalyst for the luxury real estate market. Demand and prices soared in 2020, and they continued soaring in 2021. Will it … more
John Marcantonio said no one saw it coming. The executive director of the Rhode Island Builders Association, Mr. Marcantonio said when the COVID-19 pandemic started shutting down businesses in … more
In such a lopsided sellers market, do you really need to stage your home? The answer is yes, definitely! While this is a sellers market and even the “ugly ducklings” are selling, … more
Your company just announced that your division is being relocated from the Midwest headquarters to the East Coast. In fact, your new office is situated in Rhode Island — home to beautiful … more
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