CoreLogic: R.I. has 18th-highest 5-year HPI appreciation in U.S.

IN THE GREAT RECESSION, the Rhode Island home price index declined 34 percent from its pre-crisis peak to its trough. / COURTESY CORELOGIC
IN THE GREAT RECESSION, the Rhode Island home price index declined 34 percent from its pre-crisis peak to its trough, one of the largest HPI declines in the nation. / COURTESY CORELOGIC
PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island ranked No. 18 in the nation for the largest five-year appreciation of home prices after the Great Recession, according to a CoreLogic report, “Evaluating the Housing Market Since the Great Recession,” released Thursday. The study looked at states’ home price index from December 2012 to December 2017. In that time, Rhode…

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