Category: Rhode Island News
Residential Properties Ltd. is proud to welcome Patrick Wyllie as the newest member of the Antrop & Williamson Team. Wyllie joins RPL after meeting Ryan Antrop through a Business Network International group and using Antrop to buy his family’s first home. He says he was amazed at the level of service RPL provides its clients.
Wyllie has owned a mobile DJ business specializing in weddings called Eternal Events, LLC for seven years. He says his experience with Eternal Events has motivated him to work with first time homebuyers. “I have been trusted by over 500 couples with the most important day of their life – their wedding day,” says Wyllie. “Now I get to be a part of the biggest purchase of their lives and I couldn’t be happier.”
Wyllie is thrilled to say he’s a REALTOR® with Rhode Island’s #1 Real Estate Company and to work with a team that continually earns the Platinum Sales distinction in sales volume for the Northern Rhode Island Board of Realtors. Patrick is excited to kick-start his career in real estate and is eager to work with anyone from the first time homebuyer to those looking to invest. He holds a Relocation Certification as well as Military on the Move certification through RPL and is currently licensed in Rhode Island.
Wyllie is a husband and father of two living in Hopkinton where they purchased their first home in 2015.
For more information on Wyllie, please visit his agent bio page on ResidentialProperties.com.
The Rhode Island Association of Realtors has just released its January 2017 sales statistics, reporting a strong start to the year for the Rhode Island housing market.
Single family sales increased by 21% compared to January 2016. However, at the same time, inventory continued to drop with 13.2% fewer single family homes hitting the market.
This increase in buyer activity paired with such a low inventory of homes has propelled demand, making this an excellent time to put your home on the market if you have been considering a move.
Other statistics worthy of note were condominium sales, which shot up 31.3% from this same time period last year. Multi-family home sales stayed consistent with the overall trend, rising 20% from January 2016. However, multi-family pending and were both down which hints at lower sales moving forward.
For more information on the real estate market, local communities, and current listings, please visit ResidentialProperties.com.
On Wednesday, March 8 the Real Estate Branding Summit is being held at Aurora right here in Providence. The one-day conference, sponsored by Mortgage Network, aims to accelerate Real Estate professionals’ branding success.
The event features six branding experts including Residential Properties Ltd’s own Jim DeRentis. Known as the Providence Real Estate Guy, DeRentis has been with RPL since 2009 and a top producing sales agent at the company since 2011. DeRentis has been named one of “America’s Best Realtors” by Real Trends and was also featured on the cover of Top Realtor Magazine’s RI edition. The self-described “real estate junkie” will speak to Branding Summit attendees on creating a unique and successful personal brand.