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Housing
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PROVIDENCE – Single-family home prices increased 5.4 percent in May in Rhode Island compared with a year earlier, according to CoreLogic. The real estate data tracker on July 5 also reported that home prices, including distressed sales, increased … more
Old Colony Habitat for Humanity, which serves Bristol and Norfolk counties, will open a new ReStore site at 9 Washington St., Attleboro. The opening is scheduled for Feb. 20. more
Rhode Island Housing has approved the refinancing of an $11.4 million mortgage for Washington Hill Apartments in Lincoln, ensuring the development will remain affordable for at least 40 years. more
Robin Nicholson is a broker and associate with Mott & Chace Sotheby’s International Realty, and based in its Narragansett offices. She spoke recently with the Providence Business News about the hands-on work of selling residential real estate. more
Corvias Group, a development, construction and property-management firm based in East Greenwich, used its proven track record in military housing to develop a new business line – one that has resulted in revenue growth of 45 percent. "We … more
Jim Reed, the former executive director of the Housing Authority of the city of Newport, has been named to serve as the U.S. Housing and Urban Development New England regional administrator. more
(Updated, March 8, 12:54 p.m.) Two projects that would involve new construction of downtown buildings will come before a city design review panel this month for initial discussion. more
New-home construction rose in April, extending a pattern of gains and losses that signals the U.S. homebuilding industry is contributing little to economic growth. more
With 1,906 single-family home sales in the first quarter, a 15 percent increase compared with the same period last year, Rhode Island experienced its busiest first quarter since 1986, the Rhode Island Association of Realtors said Wednesday. more
Purchases of new homes in the U.S. unexpectedly declined in March for a third month, reflecting the weakest pace of demand in the West since July 2014. more
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