At Here Realty Group, we understand that buying or selling a home is a lot more than simply making a purchase - you are making one of the biggest and most important decisions of your life. We are here to guide you through the home buying or selling process and make it as stress-free as possible. And that all starts right here on our website. Not only do we provide you with every listing in both Rhode Island and Massachusetts, we also provide you with housing resources so that you are fully informed and educated before you make a purchase. Below you'll find a list of our resources.
If you have a new home in mind, find out which school systems are nearby! This interactive map shows you every public and private school in the state, along with reviews and other information. Access our school search here.
Easily scan the Rhode Island flood maps to see if your property is in a flood zone. Before making a purchase on a new home, it is very important to understand the flood zones of your new neighborhood. Find out here.
Here is a list of the tax assessments for every town & city in Rhode Island. Using public record databases, you are able to find the tax assessments for towns & cities you are interested in moving to. Click here to learn more.
Along with finding tax assessments, it is very important to understand the tax rates for each town & city. By clicking here, you will find the tax rates, by property type, for every town and city in Rhode Island.
Proper design and installation is essential to protect public health and avert the potential adverse impacts of Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems (OWTS). Click here to check the permit status of your OWTS.
Click here to find all FHA Approved condominiums for sale in Rhode Island. Our normal MLS search does not list FHA Approved condos, it is important to use this search to find these condos for sale.
Click here to learn more about specific Rhode Island properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places. You can use this search tool to find information on individual properties, or groups of properties.
If you are interested in finding commercial listings for sale in Rhode Island, use this search tool. Most real estate websites only showcase residential properties for sale, we are now providing you with commercial listings.
Curious to know how the Rhode Island Real Estate market has been performing this year? Simply click here to find everything you would like to know about the residential sales in 2017.
Which radon zone do you live in? This is valuable information due to the health hazard of radon in residential properties. Use this map to find what radon zone your home falls in.
Buying a new home leads to a new commute, find out how much that commute is going to cost you. By clicking here and entering some basic info, you will calculate your monthly and annual cost of commuting.
If you are considering selling your home and want to get a good idea of how much you can sell for, use our FREE home valuation tool. Using thousands of records from Rhode Island housing and tax assessor databases, we can give you an accurate estimate for your home.
In this market, holding a pre-approval is more important than ever. There is no charge to get pre-approved and we will introduce you to a loan officer with years of experience and a wealth of knowledge. Get pre-approved now.
Foreclosure is a scary reality, and is sometimes tough to avoid. A short sale may be your best option to get yourself out of hardship. Contact our trusted team for a no obligation consultation.
These are the Homestead Exemptions that are currently available in Rhode Island. Homestead exemptions are intended to reduce the taxable value of a homeowner's property and are only permitted for a primary residence. Please contact the office of the tax assessor in your community to see if you qualify.
Veterans, elderly and other tax exemption programs for Rhode Island Municipalities can be found here. This report is the result of a survey of Rhode Island's 39 cities and towns relating to veterans, elderly, and other tax exemptions. Because personal exemptions are subject to change, always contact a local tax assessor for the most current information available.