Developing a win-win proposal for property owners, Certified Auctioneers at United Country Real Estate complete a pre-auction property evaluation and land analysis in preparation for any successful Rhode Island real estate auction, Rhode Island farmland auctions and the sale of coastal real estate in Rhode Island.
To inquire about land analysis, select one of the following counties: Bristol, Kent, Newport, Providence, and Washington.
"State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations" is the state's formal name. Covering 1,214 square miles, it is the smallest state in the United States. Rhode Island real estate for sale consequently lies inside an area 48 miles from north to south by 37 miles from east to west. However, 700 farms exist on only 10 percent of the Rhode Island land. Greenhouse and nursery products are the leading source of agricultural income. The second most important source of agricultural income is milk. Other agricultural outputs are vegetables, dairy products, and eggs.
In the year 2000, the $3.26 billion tourist industry, much along the coastal waters, supported almost 40,000 jobs. Other leading sources of income are health services, tourism, and manufacturing. Manufacturing ranges from costume jewelry to electric equipment, to machinery and fabricated metal products as well as the boats and ships.
Founded on May 29, 1790 as the thirteenth state in the United States, the population is now over one million. Home to 173,618, Providence is the state capital and largest city. Bordered by Connecticut on the west, Massachusetts on the north and east, Rhode Island shares a state water border on the southwest with New York's Fishers Island.
For more information about real estate auctions, farm auctions, and land auctions and Certified Auctioneers, contact United Country Certified Real Estate at 229-726-0065 or call toll free at 1-844-400-AUCTION that is toll free 844-400-2828.