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The $11.7 million awarded to Rhode Island’s 25 housing authorities this past summer might sound like a windfall. According to urban housing-authority executive directors, it is anything but. more
Rhode Island’s long freefall in residential construction has finally come to an end. more
Rebecca Moniz, a broker associate with Weichert, Realtors – Cress & Co., has prevented military families in her community from losing their homes – and the National Association of Realtors has taken notice. She was recently selected as a one of the 10 finalists for Realtor Magazine’s 2013 Good Neighbor Awards. more
Rhode Island Housing has awarded preliminary approval for $1.9 million in tax credits to two development projects that will collectively create 107 new homes in Providence. 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
House hunters are still finding bargains in southern New England, but they have a lot less to choose from than they have in years. more
A middle-income family will spend $241,080 on average for 18 years to raise a child born in 2012, a 2.6 percent increase from a year ago that outpaces the broader inflation rate, according to a government report. more
Robert Lamoureux built a towering house overlooking the ocean at Point Judith three years ago and began an ordeal that many developers would consider their worst nightmare. 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
Waterfront development gets all the attention in East Providence, but the latest large residential project approved by the city would rise from the woods and subdivisions near the Massachusetts line. more
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