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Monthly Archives: October 2018

    Why Rhode Island is the State for You!

    By Renee Welchman | October 31, 2018

    As the seasons are changing, perhaps you are looking to make a change in your life, like moving to a brand-new city, or even a brand-new state! If you and your family are thinking about making the big move, be sure to not forget about the smallest of the 50 states – Rhode Island! Made... Read More

    Easy DIY Thanksgiving Decorations for Your Home

    By Renee Welchman | October 31, 2018

    Every year when the holidays roll around, it can be hard to get creative with new and exciting décor, especially if you are hosting family and friends! This Thanksgiving, it is time to put a fun twist on your decorations that will “wow” your guests. And, even better, many of these decorations you can easily... Read More

    How Technology Alters the Real Estate Market

    By Renee Welchman | October 19, 2018

    No matter what side of the real-estate process you are on, everybody can agree that the overall process is much different than it used to be. Today, we have access to so many materials and programs that help to streamline the buying and/or selling of a home, as well as help us gain knowledge to... Read More

    What is Homeowners Insurance, and Do I Need It?

    By Renee Welchman | October 12, 2018

    When it comes to monthly bills and added expenses, many people cringe at the idea of having yet another bill to take care of. However, if you have not thought about purchasing homeowners’ insurance, it is important that you give it a good consideration, as it will protect you and your family, and your most... Read More

    Things to Avoid When Selling Your Home

    By Renee Welchman | October 10, 2018

    If you have never sold your home before, you may not be aware that there are many mistakes when it comes to putting your home on the market, which end up resulting in you delaying selling your home, or not being able to sell it at all. There is a lot of preparation that goes... Read More