Randall Realtors Blog

Organized Winter Hikes in South County

January 26, 2019

South County residents have access to a variety of winter hikes organized by Westerly Land Trust. The walks take place every Thursday morning and on select weekends throughout January and February, and provide an excellent opportunity to get out and navigate some wooded trails throughout the area.

Randall Family of Companies Names Kathy Forrester Executive Vice President Marketing & Strategic Initiatives Role Expands to Support Company’s Vision

January 23, 2019

“I look forward to supporting the company’s vision, and helping to further communicate our brokerage’s capabilities and services,” Forrester said. “I’m committed to driving results through strategic planning, brand consistency and well-executed design.”

Are You Ready for National Plan for Vacation Day?

January 22, 2019

In short, it's a day where Americans are encouraged to arrange their vacation time for the rest of the year, ensuring that they have everything organized well in advance. This plan can include aspects of vacation planning like asking for time off, selecting locations to visit, and starting the booking process.

Get in Shape in 2019 at These South County Fitness Centers

January 19, 2019

The holiday season can be rough on your body, as many of us tend to overindulge and find ourselves scrambling to shed some unwanted pounds as we head into January.  South County has some great fitness centers that are taking on new members. If you’re serious about losing weight and getting into shape, look into the offerings at some of these South County fitness centers and choose the one that best suits your situation.

 

Views Galore in Randall, Realtors’ $1.25 Million Sale on Atlantic Avenue in Westerly

January 14, 2019

“The ocean views of Misquamicut do not get better than this,” said Dottie Nigrelli, Broker and Manager of Randall Realtors’ Watch Hill office.  “With four stories, two decks, and a stone’s throw to the water, this home will offer the perfect beach retreat for years to come.”