Inspired by her father and stepfather, both successful real estate professionals, Julie Longtin has excelled as a realtor for over 30 years. Embarking on her collegiate education, she earned a degree in finance and holds additional certification as a real estate negotiating expert, broker and appraisal professional. She is deeply grateful to all the mentors she has had over the years who provided her with advice and guidance as she grew in skill and knowledge. Today, she is known for her expertise in investment redevelopment, construction design development, best use analysis and reuse properties.
Early on, Ms. Longtin worked as a real estate appraiser from 1994 to 1999, before transitioning to work as a broker with RE/MAX, LLC. In honor of her hard work and accomplishments, she was inducted into the RE/MAX Hall of Fame for Rhode Island in 2004 and was featured in the article “After the Boom” with Money Magazine in 2006. Following this, she owned and operated her own RE/MAX firm from 2010 to 2015. During her tenure with RE/MAX, she was recognized by former Mayor Angel Taveras of Providence, Rhode Island, with a citation in 2011 and by the CoStar Group as one of the Top 10 Commercial Real Estate Brokers in Providence in 2014.
Cultivating a name for herself as a respected professional, Ms. Longtin has been involved in numerous kinds of real estate transactions, including those ranging from $25 thousand to $10 million. Today, she is the owner of Cityside Properties, where she acts as a real estate consultant, coordinating and overseeing a comprehensive real estate niche in downtown Providence. She is also responsible for all of the marketing, networking and brand implementation, and meeting with buyers, sellers, banks and investors. Looking toward the future, Ms. Longtin hopes to continue to grow her company and she has been named director of the relative board for the State-Wide Multiple Listing Service for 2022.
Alongside her primary responsibility, Ms. Longtin has contributed her skills to a number of other professional and civic endeavors. She holds membership with the Rhode Island Association of Realtors and the Greater Providence Board of Realtors in order to keep abreast of new developments in her field, and has also been involved with Gallery Night Providence, United Way Worldwide, Family Services of Rhode Island and HousingWorksRI. In her free time, Ms. Longtin enjoys boating, yoga and travel, and is the proud mother of two children, a son and a daughter, the latter of whom has a Bachelor of Science in public health and is pursuing a master’s degree in nursing.