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Got problems with the company that services your home mortgage – the one that collects your payments, keeps track of your escrow account and lets you know when you’re late? more
Barrington Architect David Andreozzi wants his profession to get beyond the focus on “starchitects,” trophy homes and massive institutional projects. The Rhode Island native wants to bring quality design principles to a larger part of the population that may not realize its value. So Andreozzi is leading a group of fellow architects in the national Custom Residential Architects Network – part of the American Institute of Architects – in an effort to communicate the value of what they do for clients. more
Bill Ackman sold all of his shares in General Growth Properties Inc., the second-largest U.S. shopping-mall owner, marking the end of one of the hedge-fund manager’s most profitable investments. more
Prices for single-family homes rose in 73 percent of U.S. cities in the fourth quarter, fewer than in the previous three months, as surging values in the past two years started to reduce affordability. more
Six months ago, Massachusetts landlord Matthew Quirk of Rehoboth listed a Warren duplex apartment with the real estate agent who handles his commercial properties and found it rented quickly. more
The 155 Rhode Island properties listed on Fannie Mae’s Homepath website late last month offer an advantage for buyers planning to occupy their homes, as well as for nonprofits and public entities, such as land trusts: They have 20 days for a “First Look” to make an offer before the property goes on the open market and is available to investors. more
Why does former data-processing company owner Mike Valentine want to build a 35,000-square-foot retail complex with a new public library in rural Foster? more
The numbers of affected consumers are as yet impossible to predict, but mortgage credit experts warn that the recent massive data breaches at Target, Neiman Marcus and other retailers could have significant side impacts on some real estate transactions in the coming months, as damaged credit files depress scores and jeopardize loan applications and home sales. more
The Arcade Providence’s first microloft tenants moved in on New Year’s Eve, almost two years after owner Evan Granoff announced his $7 million plan to renovate the historic building known as one of the country’s first indoor shopping malls. more
Bank of America Corp.’s $8.5 billion settlement with mortgage-bond investors will be delayed almost two weeks after American International Group Inc. and other objectors asked a judge for a hearing to address loan modifications excluded from the accord. more
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