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Derrick Bulaich locked in a home- loan rate of 4.6 percent last week, prompted by a surge in borrowing costs as investors speculated the Federal Reserve would pull back from bond buying. Bulaich, who said he wishes he’d acted sooner, still plans to complete the purchase today of the four-bedroom Sacramento home because values in the city remain 42 percent below their 2005 peak despite recent gains. more
The destruction of home values caused by the Great Recession remains a drag on Rhode Island’s economy. And unfortunately, the actions of U.S. District Court Judge John J. McConnell have kept the state from recovering. more
Joseph McCarthy, a sales associate at Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Warwick, was recently recognized with the Coldwell Banker International President’s Circle award. more
Starts of new U.S. homes unexpectedly fell in June to the lowest level in almost a year, indicating a pause in the industry’s progress. more
When Federal Reserve policy makers start to curb $85 billion in monthly bond buying, possibly before the end of the year, the last thing they want to do is spoil the nascent U.S. housing recovery. more
Homeowners in the Providence metropolitan area paid a median of $130,000 for their homes in 2011, a little more than the national median purchase price of $110,000 that year, according to a U.S. Census Bureau profile released on Thursday. more
Renters in the Northeast region of the United States are most likely to fulfill the terms of their lease, according to a report released by CoreLogic examining renter application risk during the first quarter of 2013. more
A Miami real estate company has purchased the Halstead at Slatersville Mill loft apartment complex in Slatersville Village from DSF Group, brokerage CBRE/New England announced Thursday. more
Rhode Island posted the highest gains in New England in the growth of its housing market in June, according to the new monthly housing report from RE/MAX of New England. more
Too many in Rhode Island do not understand in their bones that we have a continuing spending problem. Exhibit A: legislation passed in the just-concluded legislative session that raised the allowable tax on gross rental receipts from affordable-housing projects that towns and cities can charge (in lieu of a standard property tax) from 8 percent to 10 percent. more
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