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The Preservation Society of Newport County has organized a winter lecture series aimed at owners of antique houses and properties. Preservation experts from Historic New England and Preserve Rhode Island will discuss preservation easements, how to choose period-appropriate paint colors and explain how New Englanders lived in the 18th and 19th centuries. more
PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island's foreclosure inventory rate fell to 1.5 percent in April, a 6 percent drop from April 2015, CoreLogic said on June 14. Rhode Island had 1,336 completed foreclosures for the 12 months ending in April, a 17.1 … more
What three words would your staff use to describe work? Engaging, rewarding, team-oriented. How do you encourage employee engagement? We provide our employees with mentorship opportunities, companywide training meetings … more
PROVIDENCE – In an effort to protect families with low incomes from lead-based paint hazards within their homes, Sen. Jack F. Reed on June 13 announced that Rhode Island will receive $3.4 million in federal funding. Rhode Island Housing … more
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
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
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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