Nina Chapman

Nina Chapman, Sales Associate - Newport Office
268 Bellevue Avenue, Newport, RI 02840

Email: | Cell: 401.601.7598 | Office: 401.846.3800 | Website:

Nina Chapman

Sales Associate

Charitable Fund
Red Sox

Official Real Estate
Company of the
Boston Red Sox

Professional Association

We are dedicated to quality service, professionalism and a long-term commitment to our clients interests. We are actively involved in the Newport community, and that extends to keeping our clients informed of Newport events through our hyperlocal lifestyle reporting and our Market Condition Reports. We feel our clients needs are best served when we also serve the community. That is why you will find us serving on local boards, committees, and in churches and schools. Being a member of the team has its advantages. We feel that each member accomplishes more professionally and personally together than by just working alone. Each of our team members has unique talents and each plays a critical role in our team's success.


Bachelor's of Arts- Marketing Emmanuel College Class of 2019


  • 2021 President's Club Award

Community Involvement

  • Potter League for Animals
  • New Kicks on the Block- Kickball League
  • Perspectives Corporation


As a fifth-generation Aquidneck Islander and daughter of a fourth-generation "Fifth Warder", of whom holds 30 years experience in the real estate industry, I've had the great privilege of learning the housing market at an early age. Growing up in a home built in 1776 in Portsmouth, RI I have a true appreciation for antiquity and a keen interest in preserving our island's character and homogeneity. I have worked in a variety of settings ranging from the teaching realm, restaurant and hospitality industry, to customer service and sales. I am extremely confident working in a high-stress, fast-paced environment. I love working with and for the community to help the "love where you live" lifestyle and hope to share that experience with you in your search for a home. I take great pride in helping individuals make one of the most important emotional and financial decisions in their lifetime.


During my downtime, I help out at my family's farm, called "Wynham Farm Sanctuary" (WFS) in Portsmouth, RI. WFS is currently home to horses and other farm animals who are rescued and given sanctuary from abuse and neglect. Once these animals are rehabilitated, they stay at the WFS for the rest of their lives and serve as ambassadors helping children and adults. I also work directly with children on the Autism Spectrum, providing behavioral assistance and therapy to ages 9-15.