Report: HPI growth in R.I. 8.7 percent in March

THE RHODE ISLAND home-price index increased 8.7 percent year over year in March. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/DERICK E. HINGLE
THE RHODE ISLAND home-price index increased 8.7 percent year over year in March. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/DERICK E. HINGLE
PROVIDENCE – The home-price index for a single-family home in Rhode Island increased 8.7 percent year over year in March, according to CoreLogic Tuesday. The national average year-over-year HPI growth in the United States was 7 percent, as national inventory declines. Massachusetts HPI rose 6 percent year over year in March. “Home prices grew briskly…

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