Report: Providence sixth most undervalued city in U.S.

A REPORT FOUND that Providence was the sixth most undervalued city in the nation in terms of property value based on square-footage costs, cost of living, crime, education and entertainment. / PBN FILE PHOTO/CHRIS BERGENHEIM
A REPORT FOUND that Providence was the sixth most undervalued city in the nation in terms of property value based on square-footage costs, cost of living, crime, education and entertainment. / PBN FILE PHOTO/CHRIS BERGENHEIM
PROVIDENCE – Providence was named the sixth most undervalued city in America for residential property values, according to SmartAsset’s 2019 Undervalued Cities in America report this week. The report used square footage costs, violent crime data, graduation rates, weather, walkability, employment data and entertainment concentration in its calculations. The report noted that Providence had the…

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