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ADAPT TO SURVIVE: Ilana Ball, owner and president of Total Asset Solutions in Woonsocket, adapted her business selling homes and condos into property management and maintenance after her potential sales turned to rentals when the Great Recession hit in 2008.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

No job too small for Total Asset’s Ball

Ilanna Ball jumped into real estate shortly after she graduated from Rhode Island College. She purchased her first investment property by age 21.She added...
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

Home sales cool; golf clubs on the move

The residential real estate market started to cool in 2018, returning to an equilibrium between buyers and sellers, after two solid years of appreciation...
PBN PHOTO/DAVE HANSEN

Five Questions With Mark J. Meiklejohn

Mark J. Meiklejohn | President and CEO, Bank Rhode Island1. What drove Bank Rhode Island’s increased profit this year? Bank Rhode Island is...
NO SURPRISES: Justin Gallant is the owner of J.E. Group Properties in South Kingstown, a real estate company that is selling homes by a flat fee, rather than commission. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Brokerage’s flat fee boosts home sales

The road to a career in real estate started with the end of pizza. After 18 years of owning several pizza restaurants in Rhode...
THE S&P Supercomposite Homebuilding Index is down 21 percent year-to-date, on track for the biggest annual drop since 2008. / BLOOMBERG NEWS

Builders slump as U.S. housing market shifts to the slow lane

NEW YORK - The housing market is stalling, and homebuilder stocks are feeling the pain.The S&P Supercomposite Homebuilding Index is down 21 percent year-to-date, on...

How to rescue neighborhoods

More and more, American leaders are realizing that economic policies must be designed with a specific region in mind. Usually, the context is discussion...
DO DEVELOPERS NEED HELPING HAND? Former Providence Mayor Joseph R. Paolino Jr. has taken advantage of tax-sta-bilization agreements to redevelop a number of city properties, including the more than 150-year-old Case-Mead Building. Without such incentives, Paolino said the city is “behind the eight-ball” when it comes to development. But some challenge the need for the tax breaks. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

PBN on WJAR-TV, April 9, 2018

Every week, PBN Editor Mark S. Murphy appears on WJAR-TV NBC 10’s Coffee Break to discuss the newspaper’s most recent cover story and other...

“Top RI Mortgage Professional Evelyn Perez Joins the Province Mortgage Associates,...

Province Mortgage Associates continues to reinforce its unwavering commitment to growth with the hiring of one of the highest producing mortgage professionals in RI,...

Left-behind cities get their turn

The past decade has divided U.S. geography into haves and have nots. The haves: educated, wealthy communities in large metro areas such as New...

Primary Residential Mortgage Welcomes Pam Britt, Senior Mortgage Loan Originator

Pamela Britt is excited to announce that she has joined Primary Residential Mortgage - a new location for her, but the same great service...
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