Demand outstripping supply of high-end R.I. homes

The once-white-hot market for high-end homes in the Ocean State has cooled ever so slightly. But Realtors say that’s mostly because fewer owners are willing to give up their prized properties than during the COVID-19 pandemic. For the second straight year, sales of $1 million-plus homes have declined, following nine straight years of gains. As

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