Home sales cool; golf clubs on the move

CLUB PRESERVED: The Agawam Hunt country club in East Providence emerged from bankruptcy in March under a reorganization that sold the club assets to a new ownership group and which included the sale of a conservation easement to The Nature Conservancy.
 / COURTESY AGAWAM HUNT
CLUB PRESERVED: The Agawam Hunt country club in East Providence emerged from bankruptcy in March under a reorganization that sold the club assets to a new ownership group and which included the sale of a conservation easement to The Nature Conservancy.
 / COURTESY AGAWAM HUNT
The residential real estate market started to cool in 2018, returning to an equilibrium between buyers and sellers, after two solid years of appreciation in sales and median prices. Prices were still climbing but at a more-moderated rate, based on third-quarter statistics released by the Rhode Island Association of Realtors. Real estate specialists said the…

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