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As more and more people ask about the current state of real estate Shannon Buss, who is the current Rhode Island Association of Realtors President, has been asked to do several interviews on the subject.
As tax season approaches in Connecticut, you'll want to be aware of what you owe so you can start planning ahead. Here's what you should know about property taxes in some of New London County's towns and cities.
Property tax in Washington County, RI costs residents about 4.61% of their annual income, an amount that is in-line with many other desirable places to live on the East Coast. This tax funds local schools, projects, and infrastructure, helping to keep the quality of life in South County among the highest in the nation.
Randall, Realtors, New England’s coastal real estate specialists with 33 offices and more than 630 agents across RI, CT and MA, announces the additions of agents Adrian Ganley and Liz Shalvey to its Wakefield and Wickford offices, respectively.
Randall, Realtors Westerly office announces the promotion of Real Estate Agent Emma Thompson Phaneuf to office manager.
One of the largest standalone condos in the 55-plus Winnapaug Cottages, it features a lovely, professionally laid stone wall which curves along a beautifully landscaped front yard providing visual interest to the luxurious home. The Cottages offer "active adults,” their friends and family with access to a clubhouse, heated salt water outdoor pool and exercise equipment.
Dottie Nigrelli, Broker and Manager of Randall, Realtors Watch Hill office represented the sellers of the property, and Dianne Lemay of the Watch Hill office represented the buyers.
MORE AFFORDABILITY: Rhode Island Association of Realtors President Shannon Buss, bracketed by books that have been key to her real estate career, says three consecutive interest-rate cuts by the Fed haven’t led to new homebuyers entering the market, but they have helped buyers who are already looking to afford more in a house.
“I’ve always found a great deal of importance in collaborating with and advocating on behalf of my fellow real estate agents across the state,” Buss said. “I look forward to using my platform as President of the Rhode Island Association of REALTORS® to lead, help educate and engage Rhode Island’s next generation of incredible real estate professionals.”
This is the first time this home has ever been offered for sale since its construction in 1874. Sharon Kinney of Randall, Realtors Watch Hill Office represented the buyers, which closed on the property on November 1.
“The buyers selected this home because of the architectural design, the craftsmanship and the quality of construction.” O’Connor said. “They were also struck by the setting, the proximity to East Beach, and the privacy.”
With more than 5,000 square feet, the condo features four bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms and a four-car garage, plus spectacular views of the Mystic River from the floor to ceiling windows in every room in the home. It also features a direct and secure elevator access to both levels, a large home theater and a pool room.
“We love the private and serene setting of the ocean view home,” Lorraine Randall said. “It is home to nature’s peace and beauty, but also well-appointed for entertaining friends and family.”
“This home blends together perfectly the charm and character of Mystic, with updates that are sure to please,” Carlisle said. “With enchanting views of The Mystic Seaport Museum, I am certain the buyers will enjoy this treasure for years to come,” added Christopher.
“Sunset Lodge is a truly unique, quintessential New England property,” said co-listing agent Chris Randall. “It has been an absolute pleasure to help facilitate this sale. We hope the buyers enjoy their new seaside home for many years to come.”
Located waterfront on Potter’s Pond, with an unbuildable conveyance to the ocean across the street, this beautiful seaside home offers 360-degree panoramic water views. The fully-furnished 1,494 square foot property features three bedrooms, one and a half bathrooms and boasts a 480 square foot waterfront deck with a spectacular entertainment area, a hot and cold outdoor shower and a large storage shed with changing rooms.
“It’s been a treat working with the dedicated professionals during my brief time with Randall, Realtors,” Lemay said. “My experience locally combined with its second-to-none reputation made for a seamless sales process.”
“We are delighted to welcome Dianne to our team,” said Watch Hill’s Office Broker Manager Dottie Nigrelli. “She is incredibly passionate about her craft and especially knowledgeable about the luxury division in Watch Hill and throughout the area.”
Located on Mason’s Island, this waterfront home provides ocean views from the south and east, and features a waterfront private dock with deep water access, heated pool with automatic cover and frog pond with stream. For the environmentally conscious, it also features geothermal HVAC and solar electric panels.
“I am extremely proud of our company for its continued growth and success, as indicated by our presence on these two very prestigious lists,” said Randall CEO Doug Randall. “2019 marks ten years since we acquired Kinlin Grover Real Estate, and we’ve continued to operate as a boutique company, while serving the coast from Connecticut to the Cape, and everywhere in between.”
“We are constantly looking to add to our deep pool of talented agents, and we are very pleased to announce these new additions to our Rhode Island offices,” said Doug Randall, CEO, Randall, Realtors.
“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.
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.
“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.”
The transaction is the highest recorded sale in Mystic in 2018
“As the largest waterfront parcel of land at Groton Long Point, with an incredible outdoor space and surrounding water views, this property was an amazing and exciting opportunity for the buyer,” said Fetherston.
“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.”
Second-largest land sale in RI this year; highest in Westerly
Randall Realtors, part of The Randall Family of Companies, New England’s coastal real estate specialists with 35 offices with more than 650 agents across RI, CT and MA, including five Rhode Island and three Eastern Connecticut offices, announces the sale of 24 Meadow Avenue for $1,750,000.
“We are proud to close on another million-dollar plus home in Westerly, especially one with this property’s classic charm and character,” added Dottie Nigrelli, Broker Associate/Manager at Randall Realtors’ Watch Hill office.
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.