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Stone Ledge sells for $3.2M, Portsmouth’s highest sale this year

PORTSMOUTH – Stone Ledge, a secluded, waterfront estate at 245 Indian Ave., has sold for $3.2 million, according to Mott & Chace Sotheby’s International...

Updated 1940s-era home sells for $1.7M in Bristol

BRISTOL – A five-bedroom home on nearly 4 acres in town sold for $1.7 million in May, the second-highest sale of the year for...
HOGAN ASSOCIATES realtor Caroline Richards, center, picks up a dinner and gift cards from Perro Salado in Newport as part of the agency's 1 MORE HELPING initiative to offer assistance to the community impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. / COURTESY HOGAN ASSOCIATES

Stepping Up: Hogan Associates launching ‘1 MORE HELPING’ challenge to help...

NEWPORT – Springtime is when the City by the Sea gets out of its winter slumber. It’s not long after the annual St. Patrick’s Day...

Five Questions With: Leslie Hogan

Leslie Hogan is the principal of Hogan Associates, an independent real estate brokerage in Newport. Through its agent, Holly McLear, the company was involved...

Five Questions With: Leslie Hogan

Leslie Hogan is a principal at Hogan Associates, an independent real estate company based in Newport that she founded 10 years ago with Matt...

Four lots in Portsmouth’s Sakonnet neighborhood sell for combined $2M

PORTSMOUTH - Four waterfront lots in the Sakonnet Bluffs neighborhood in Portsmouth were sold in two transactions for a combined $2 million, Hogan Associates...

Only the strong survive in R.I.’s merger-mad real estate sales market

Paul Leys in 2000 became co-owner of an independent real estate brokerage named for co-founder Gustave J.S. White, a prominent name in Newport since...

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