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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
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
Here’s a new phenomenon in the local real estate market. An increasing number of buyers are offering to pay cash for properties. Does that mean they actually bring a suitcase of Benjamins to … more
It’s difficult to believe that a little more than a year ago, the Kirk Schryver Team did not exist. It feels like they’ve been together forever. They haven’t. Their professional … more
It’s been just over a year since the COVID-19 pandemic took hold, shaking up lives around the globe. One phenomenon now becoming a trend is the mass exodus from cities to more rural … more
Across the country, the COVID-19 pandemic has significantly impacted the residential real estate market, and Rhode Island’s real estate market shifted with it. According to State-Wide … more
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