R.I. second-quarter home sales show improvement as distressed sales drop

TOM MCNULTY, President of McNulty Real Estate, in front of a Cumberland home he is marketing. Rhode Island Association of Realtors second-quarter statistics show home sales increased in the period. /
TOM MCNULTY, President of McNulty Real Estate, in front of a Cumberland home he is marketing. Rhode Island Association of Realtors second-quarter statistics show home sales increased in the period. /
WARWICK – Sales and prices of existing single-family homes edged higher during the second quarter compared with the same period last year, the Rhode Island Association of Realtors said Tuesday. The Realtors said 2,232 homes sold during the second quarter, a 10.8 percent increase from the 2,015 sales last year. The median price increased 9.1…

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