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1182 Boston Neck Rd., , Narragansett - RI 02882
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About Chad Dupuis

I have been a Consultant with Coldwell Banker Coastal Homes since 2001. South County Rhode Island is my home. I grew up playing volleyball on Charlestown Beach and boating on Ninigret Pond. I love and appreciate all that South County Rhode Island offers. Helping people find their cottage on the sand, a private colonial nestled in the woods, or picturesque land to build their dream home is a career I enjoy and am proud of. Helping you sell your home to be able to move on with the next stage in your life is equally rewarding.
 

Home ownership is a wonderful experience. The process of buying or selling a home, however, is filled with pages of paperwork, hundreds of emails and phone calls, dozens of appointments to make, coordinating with loan officers, home inspectors, appraisers, other agents, contractors, and attorneys. Keep the process fun and exciting for yourself and have me handle the details for you. It will be a wonderful experience.

Chad Dupuis
Coldwell Banker Coastal Homes

Coldwell Banker Coastal Homes

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