“Talent acquisition remains an important focus of ours, and we are very pleased to announce these new additions to our Rhode Island offices,” said Doug Randall, CEO, Randall, Realtors.
“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.”
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The transaction is the highest recorded sale in Mystic in 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.”
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.
“With a gated pathway to the ocean beach and private access to Green Hill Pond, this bright and airy home is the quintessential Rhode Island beachfront property,” said Cohen.
“It is an honor to be selected to participate in this industry-leading development program,” said Lenzner-Holloway. “To be in the same room with so many exceptional colleagues and peers proved to be an invaluable experience, and provided numerous opportunities for professional growth moving forward.”
Despite buying a large percentage of homes every year, millennials aren’t purchasing at the same rate as generations in the past. There are reasons for this decline in home ownership, however, as things seem to be stacked against this generation as they attempt to navigate the current financial landscape and prevent themselves from making the same mistakes that led to the financial crisis of 2008.