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NEW HOME: Nicole Tickner with her daughter Lily, and parents George and Judy Vit. They are in front of the South Kingstown house that Tickner bought for them after they moved to Rhode Island to be closer to their granddaughter. / PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

Battling buyers: House hunters find fewer listings but overwhelming competition

Rhode Island has had a seller’s market for several years in single-family and multifamily homes, particularly for entry-level or median-priced houses. In the past...

Homeownership rebounds to 65% nationally, but lags for black, Hispanic families

PROVIDENCE – A recent analysis of U.S. census information by the National Association of Realtors reveals that homeownership rates have rebounded to 65% across...
UNITED STATES existing-home sales decreased for a fourth time in five months despite lower mortgage rates, sustained wage gains and slower home price appreciation. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/SCOTT MCINTYRE

U.S. existing-home sales drop for fourth time in five months

NEW YORK - Sales of previously owned United States homes eased more than forecast in March, suggesting the housing market is still finding its...

Institute of Real Estate Management selects new officers

WARWICK – Holly Regoli, the property manager of Paolino Properties, is the new president of the Rhode Island chapter of the Institute of Real...
Where Rental Housing is Most Affordable
Among metropolitan areas of 1 million people or more, 2017 / SOURCE: U.S. CENSUS BUREAU
*This is income of renter households, not all households.

Renters in R.I. find housing more affordable than in most of...

Where is housing least affordable in the United States? The most-cited measure has been the National Association of Realtors’ affordability index, which tracks whether median-income...

Five Questions With: Jodie Neville

Jodie Neville, an agent with RE/MAX Flagship, recently represented clients who purchased a Victorian-style home in North Kingstown 12 days after it was listed....
THE MEDIAN PRICE of a United States single-family home in March increased 4.8 percent year over year to $337,200. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/TY WRIGHT

Sales of new homes in U.S. advance to a four-month high

NEW YORK - United States new-home sales increased in March to a four month high, mainly reflecting a surge in the West, and upward revisions...

U.S. existing-home sales rise as properties draw quick bids

NEW YORK - Sales of previously owned United States homes rose to a four-month high as buyers, fueled by a solid job market and and...
U.S. EXISTING HOME SALES rose 3 percent month to month in February and median sales price rose 5.9 percent year over year to $241,700. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/SCOTT MCINTYRE

U.S. existing-home sales rebound even as inventory remains tight

NEW YORK - Sales of previously-owned United States homes rose more than expected in the first gain in three months, indicating that job gains and...
U.S. HOME SALES GROWTH is limited by an acute shortage of inventory, which is pushing up home prices faster than wage growth. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/DERICK E. HINGLE

Sales of existing U.S. homes unexpectedly fell in Jan.

NEW YORK - Sales of previously owned United States homes unexpectedly fell in January to a four-month low, indicating a shortage of available properties is...

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