Corey Auger, Sales Associate

Corey grew up in the small, historic farm town of Woodstock, CT. In 2001, he moved to Kingston, RI to study music and instantly fell in love with Rhode Island. He later moved to Amherst and Provincetown, MA, where he discovered a deep appreciation for New England historic homes. In 2007, he decided to move back to Little Rhodey and, shortly thereafter, purchased his first historic home on the West Side of Providence.

In addition to his interests in music and historic buildings, Corey has a passion for local food and farm preservation. He’s been an avid supporter of healthy food access initiatives, and serves on the board of Urban Greens Food Co-op, a community-owned grocery opening on the West Side of Providence.

If you are a first-time home buyer, or are looking to relocate to Rhode Island, contact Corey and he’ll walk you through the process.

This was my first time buying a home and I had an extremely enjoyable experience working with Corey.  He was attentive and listened to all of my questions and concerns and offered insightful feedback and responses to everything. Not only was he willing to look at each and every house I could possibly be interested in, he was always willing to listen and discuss my pros and cons for every type of property and every neighborhood in the Providence metro area. Corey is exceptionally patient and he and his team were very thorough from checking paperwork to following up on communications between both parties involved. It was very reassuring knowing I had Corey making sure I knew what each coming step would entail throughout the the entire process.

— Buyer, Edgewood

We couldn’t have been happier with Corey Auger and the rest of the Armory Properties team!  The entire process went very smoothly, and Corey went out of his way to make sure we understand each step along the way. We absolutely love our new home and feel that we couldn’t have made a better decision to take on Corey as our Realtor.

— Buyer Client, Elmwood
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