Ed is manager of the highly-productive office of 41 agents. He is a lifelong resident of Rhode Island, has been practicing real estate since 1989, and has been working out of Residential Properties’ Providence Office since 2000.
He has experience in all aspects of real estate, including residential, commercial, appraisals and auctions. Prior to selling real estate, Hardie was a Project Manager for 17 years with Homar, Inc., a Rumford-based residential construction firm.
He is a member of the National Association of Realtors, and the Greater Providence Board of Realtors, where he served for many years on the Ethics Committee and presently serves on The Standard of Practices Committee. He holds a real estate license in the State of Massachusetts. Hardie has been recognized by the Greater Providence Preservation Society as an Historic House Specialist and certified in Lead Hazard and Mitigation. Additionally he served on the Mayor’s Lead Paint Commission.
He is a member of a number of organizations including the Providence Preservation Society, Newport Yacht Club, Save the Bay, the RISD Museum and the Museum of Art, Boston.
He and his wife Kathy enjoy travel, boating, skiing, hiking, and cooking. He lives in a historic (circa 1850) carriage house on Providence’s East Side.
B.A., B.F. A. in Art Education
Greater Providence Board of Realtors' Gold Sales Award for Multi-million Dollars in sales.
Member of the National Association of Realtors, Greater Providence Board of Realtors. He is certified in Lead Hazard and Mitigation, Historic House Specialist.
24 years practicing real estate, including residential, commercial, appraisals, auctions. Project Manager for 17 years with a residential construction firm.
State of Rhode Island and Nearby Massachusetts
Providence Preservation Society, Newport Yacht Club, Save the Bay, the RISD Museum, Museum of Art, Boston.