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Condolences to Barbara Jagolinzer
October 24, 2017
The Newport County Board of REALTORS offers condolences to our long-time member Barbara Jagolinzer on the passing of her husband Mark.
PORTSMOUTH - Rabbi Marc S. Jagolinzer, a native Rhode Islander, died peacefully in his home on October 22, 2017, in Portsmouth, Rhode Island at the age of 68.
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2017 Gloria Slavens Award
September 15, 2017
At our September Membership Meeting the 2017 Gloria Slavens Award was presented to Michelle Drum.
The Gloria Slaven's award is given yearly in recognition of outstanding professionalism, service to the Newport County Board of REALTORS and service to the local community. This year's recipient has spent many years volunteering for professional and community organizations including as President of both NCBR and WCR, numerous NCBR committees, and on the Newport Historic District Commission and Newport Hill Association.
Congratulations and Thank You Michelle!
New Policies for Deferred Showings
September 27, 2017
Can't show a property because it's being painted? Don't want to show because the staging won't be completed for a few more days? Seller wants you to debut the property at this weekend's open house?
The new "Deferred Showing" policy allows you to responsibly serve your client's needs and cooperate ethically with fellow MLS subscribers.
Recognizing the ever-changing demands of today's clients and that MLS rules need to evolve so that subscribers can meet their needs accordingly, the Board of Directors recently approved a change to our policies related to delayed showings.
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HOME Survey: Economic and Financial Outlook, Attitudes About Home Buying and Selling on the Rise
September 25, 2017
WASHINGTON (September 25, 2017) - Existing-homes sales have retreated in four of the past five months, but new survey findings from the National Association of Realtors® indicate it is not because of a lack of confidence from consumers about buying and selling a home, or based on their views about the direction of the economy and their finances.
That’s according to NAR's third quarter Housing Opportunities and Market Experience (HOME) survey1 , which also found that two-thirds of households think saving for a down payment is challenging, and roughly half of renters expect to pay more in rent next year.
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REALTORS Step Up to Help Flood Victims
August 30, 2017
As the devastation of Hurricane Harvey unfolds, local REALTORS® have stepped in to help with a two-pronged approach to aid those in need.
First, the Rhode Island Association of REALTORS® and State-Wide Multiple Listing Service, in cooperation with Rhode Island’s five local boards of REALTORS®, have collectively donated $10,750 to the REALTORS® Relief Foundation, a national foundation established to help families who have endured unimaginable loss.
The REALTORS® Relief Foundation is currently coordinating efforts for relief in the gulf coast cities and in the greater Houston, Texas area due to the unprecedented flooding left by Hurricane Harvey. In addition to their own donation, REALTORS® across the state are encouraging the public to join them in contributing to this worthy cause.
Checks can be made payable to:
REALTORS® Relief Foundation
430 N. Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60611
Check Memo Description: RRF Contribution
Contributions can also be made via credit card online on the National Association of REALTORS® website.
DAVID P. LEYS, JR.
August 3, 2017
David P. Leys, Jr., 59, a life-long resident of Middletown, RI, passed away peacefully on Wednesday August 2, 2017, in his home surrounded by his family, after living courageously for five years as Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, gradually destroyed his body but not his spirit.
He was an exceptional and devoted father to three children, Bowen, Ryan, and Annie.
A 1977 graduate of Middletown HS, he continued his education earning a Bachelor of Arts from New England College in Henniker, NH, in 1981. Before, during, and after he earned his degree, he worked with his father in the family business, Leys Century Store, the longest continuously family-run department store in the country. David had the honor of being a fourth-generation employee and he was a regular fixture all over the store, especially in the men’s department where he loved greeting customers, both long-standing regulars and tourists, to sell them anything from socks to bow ties to full dress suits.
After the family store closed, he had a variety of careers as co-owner of Aquidneck Island Sporting Goods, schoolteacher, and tennis coach before becoming a Realtor... Read More »
THANK YOU FROM REBUILDING TOGETHER GREATER NEWPORT
May 1, 2017
We had two wonderful days of many, many volunteers from our Real Estate community. Thank you to all of those who helped out on this very worthwhile project: Daniele Alsheimer, Anna Anton, Stephen Antoni, Annie Becker, Sarkis Boghossian, Denise Brown, Shannon Buss, Victoria Clare, Patsy Ewenson, Donna Feeley, Sharon Foster, Christon Gibson, Shawn Gilmore, Melissa Green, Marlene Harrington, Heather Hinkley, Heidi Kelley, Stephen Larson, Cathleen Leary, Meredith LeBlanc, Betsy Leerssen, Paul Miranda, Jim Paradise, Nancy Rutter, Noelle Shiland, Shana Speer, Adam Thayer, Cathy Wicks, Kimberly Wooten, and Alyce Wright. Thank you so much, Susan McCoy
2017 NCBR SCHOLARSHIP
March 17, 2017
The Newport County Board of REALTORS is offering two students a $1000 scholarship. Any college bound student residing in Newport County regardless of where attending school can apply. ... Read More »
REDUCING THE RISK OF REAL ESTATE WIRE FRAUD
September 2, 2016
The increase of wire-fraud continues to cause concern in the real estate industry.... Read More »
2016 NCBR Strategic Plan
May 5, 2016
On March 16th the NCBR Strategic Planning Task Force met to create the road map that will aid the Board's Leadership ... Read More »
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