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4 Reasons to Live in South County, Rhode Island

Located in the southeast corner of the state and surrounded by ocean on two sides, South County, Rhode Island is a popular destination for vacationers. However, it's also a county that many people call home. If you are looking for a welcoming community with rich history and gorgeous scenery, perhaps you should move to South County, too. The following are four great reasons to make the move.

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Listing Your Home for Sale: What to Do First

The decision to sell your home is an exciting one. Whether you're moving to a new town or upgrading to a larger dwelling, you can't wait to officially list your home for sale. Take a deep breath, and pause for a second. There are a few steps you need to take before putting your home on the market.

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Buyer's Guide: What To Expect From a Home Inspection

You've finally found the perfect home. It has the right number of bedrooms, is in a great neighborhood, and has all the character you've been dreaming of. Your real estate agent can guide you though making an offer on this dream home... but often times you'll want to make that offer contingent on a home inspection. What information will that inspection provide?

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6 Reasons to Live in Narragansett

As the smallest state in the nation, Rhode Island may not be the first place that comes to mind as you consider relocating. But in spite of its small size, Rhode Island — and Narragansett in particular — has plenty to offer its residents. This beautiful, seaside town is just 30 minutes from Providence, and its seaside beauty will leave you mesmerized. Here are six great reasons to live in Narragansett. 

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SHORT SALE AND FORECLOSURE: HOW ARE THEY DIFFERENT?

SHORT SALE AND FORECLOSURE: HOW ARE THEY DIFFERENT?
As unfortunate as it can be when homeowners fall behind on mortgage payments and must face the possibility of losing their homes, short sales and foreclosures provide them options for moving on financially. The terms are often used interchangeably, but they’re actually quite different, with varying timelines and financial impact on the homeowner. Here’s a brief overview.

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