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This is Elgee my Jack Russell Terrier in Rhode Island. She is always in a hurry. She is so busy in fact that I sometimes have to make appointments for her. I hope your life is less hectic than hers and that you can take a bit of time to look at my webpage. There is lots of good information at both the right side and at the bottom of the page.
For 15 years of my 35 year real estate career I had the good fortune to be the manager for Ross St Peter. Ross is highly experienced, knowledgeable, always prepared and has excellent negotiating skills. He maintains strong relationships with other real estate brokers, mortgage brokers, building inspectors and attorneys, which when coupled with his experience in the industry, all add up to a very successful real estate agent. Ross is the consummate real estate professional and one of the best agents I have had the pleasure to work with and I have managed many scores of agents. His clients are always well satisfied and many have personally let me know. If I were looking to sell or buy a house, I would call Ross. You should think about it as well. You won’t go wrong with Ross St. Peter.
Janet Buckely, retired real estate manager.
High Praise Indeed! Thank you Janet.
Hi and welcome to my web page. My intention is to have a web page that is designed as a resource for you whether you are buyer or seller. I want to offer my real estate services to you for sure, but I think we first need to determine what you needs and goals are. I know the current thinking is to promote oneself tirelessly on your web page. I must do at least some of that because I do want to work with you and I need to demonstrate the breath of my experience. But I am not sure how my degree or personal interests are relevant to you right now. Is my preference for cats or dogs really all that important at this point? I would think not. Although I think the video answers that question. But dogs and cats aside, most of this page should be a resource for your benefit!
A person who carries a cat by the tail learns something that they can learn in no other way.-Mark Twain
Ouch! What Mark Twain is talking about is an experience. A particularly bad experience. And unfortunately Mark Twain had a number of awful real estate experiences. I don’t want a real estate transaction to be a painful and a memorably bad experience for you. By being prepared and working with an experienced real estate agent most sales can be trouble free and uneventful. My goal is to have every seller and buyer I work with to have the best real estate transaction possible. I have provided a list of links below that will help you get prepared whether you are a first time buyer or seller or have purchased or sold homes before. Please scroll to the bottom of the page and take a look. Preparation is one of the key requirements to successfully achieving your goals. Plus, I have much more information available that can be tailored to your individual needs from town profiles to current market conditions. Please ask me for any information you may desire.
What we don’t want when you purchase a home:
“I just bought a small condo overlooking the water. The water is in a cup, one floor below my unit." Jarod Kintz
What we want when you purchase your home:
“Our home is our castle, our sanctuary, our haven of safety. It is where we can just be, create, and enjoy the pleasures of life.” Jewel Star
Okay, It’s Time To Tell You About Me
The Experience And Service You Deserve!
I have been a Realtor for 28 years. I have the experience, knowledge and expertise to help you in every facet of a real estate transaction. I offer guidance and advice that is based on the hundreds of homes that I have sold in my career. My father was a builder and I work with builders. I know how homes live and breathe, how they age and how they should be maintained. I know homes from the inside out and can point out issues that both a buyer and seller should be aware of.
I am an award winning muti-million dollar producer with many awards. I have been in the top 1% of agent production in the Berkshire Hathaway and Prudential Companies. And I have won many more awards that are not even listed below. I thought mentioning any more would be a bit of overkill. I have the respect of my peers and the genuine appreciation of the many clients I have worked with through the years.
I prefer to look at my client relationships as a partnership where we all work together to achieve your goals.
My Promise to you:
*My goal is to help empower you whether you are a seller or buyer
*I work hard to exceed expectations
*I will give you total commitment
*I will handle every aspect of a transaction with skill and care
*Communication is key and you will always know every detail of your sale
*I will make sure your interests are protected at all times
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Berkshire Hathaway has a great real estate app for smart phones. It is GPS based and has many functions. For example, if you siting in your car and see a house you like not only can you get all the photos and information about that house, you also get a list of nearby properties that are for sale. All you have to is text EIC to 87778 and you are off and running!
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