Randall Realtors Blog

2018 Winter Farmers' Markets in New London and Washington Counties

November 13, 2018

During the winter, four of the more prominent New London and  South County, RI summer markets change venues for the winter, and still offer a selection of produce raised in local greenhouses. Have a look at the following winter farmers' markets so you can not only continue to support local farmers, but keep your access to local meats, fruit, and vegetables all year round.

Randall Realtors Completes Two Multi-Million Dollar Sales in Two Weeks

November 9, 2018

“We are extremely proud of our recent sales in Westerly, which show an active and healthy luxury market,” said Dottie Nigrelli, Broker and Manager of Randall Realtors’ Watch Hill office. “Both home owners and seekers in the Westerly/Watch Hill area continue to make Randall their first and only call to facilitate the sale of their home or the purchase of their dream home in the market.”

Randall Realtors Adds Shannon Buss as Professional Development Manager

November 8, 2018

Buss has more than 15 years’ professional real estate experience and is currently the Rhode Island Association of Realtor’s president elect. She will begin her term as association president in 2020. In addition, she is the vice chair of the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) Leadership Academy.

Hiking Trails in Westerly, RI

November 2, 2018

The area around Westerly has some of Rhode Island’s best hiking trails thanks to its dense forests and abundance of uninhabited land. The forests provide a great place to escape for a few hours, especially if you’re into peace and quiet or getting up close to some wildlife.

The Great New England Hurricane of 1938

October 26, 2018

In 1938, the Great New England Hurricane came through the region on September 21. Damage from this storm was devastating for Rhode Island, Connecticut, and Massachusetts. The hurricane remains the most powerful storm in New England's history and acts as a reminder of just how much damage a maritime storm can cause.