Robin Renée Leclerc

Sales Associate, Rental Agent & Property Manager


From honored lifesaver to semi-pro athlete to educator, Robin Leclerc’s path to becoming the award-winning real estate agent she is today has been both winding and interesting, with a common thread of being ready to help others. “I have that instinctive reaction to help people,” says Robin with a bright smile.

As part of her college basketball career, Robin received an All-American achievement for Division III Basketball and was soon off to Australia to play the sport as a semi-pro. Summers back at home were spent working as a lifeguard at Misquamicut State Beach. Fast forward to 1999, she received a Life Saving award from then-Lieutenant Governor Charles Fogarty, Jr. for rescuing several adults from drowning at Scarborough State Beach. After earning her degrees, including a Masters in Science, Robin worked in Education for a decade before the idea of real estate began to enter her thoughts.

“Real Estate started to call to me and it’s where I belong,” says Robin. “My husband has been a builder for 35 years and our professions coincide for a successful partnership. My home base is Narragansett by the pristine beaches, and I’m very fortunate to work with a company like RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES, LTD., that thrives on trust, loyalty and respect,” she says. “This aspect encourages my motivation and work ethic to achieve great success.”

Even a brief chat reveals that Robin puts that same team spirit, readiness to help, and focused demeanor into everything she does. “I have a beautiful family life. I’m married with two grown children and four Newfoundlands. I work 24/7. I am always checking emails, texts and calls. I am a very responsive person that caters to all types of clients, whether they are looking for property purchases, sales or rentals. Everyday is different, this job is not boring in any sense, which keeps me going and loving every part of it.”

750 Boston Neck Road, Narragansett • 556.8894


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