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BOSTON – Attorney General Martha Coakley announced in June that up to $5 million in grants will be awarded to housing organizations throughout the state – including one in Fall River – to promote the rehabilitation of distressed and abandoned properties. more
They’re not yet an endangered species, but their steadily diminishing presence has some real estate analysts worried: First-time buyers are missing in action in housing markets across the country. more
A long-awaited study measuring the relationship between elevated blood lead levels and the lack of reading readiness in public kindergarten students in Providence was published in the May issue of Pediatrics. more
Joseph McCarthy, a sales associate at Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Warwick, was recently recognized with the Coldwell Banker International President’s Circle award. more
You can call it Big Brother. You can call it high-tech snooping. But be aware: If you are applying for a mortgage in the coming weeks, you can be sure that your credit will be checked and re-checked – possibly monitored daily – to make certain no hints of new debts pop up before you close on the loan. more
Coventry, North Kingstown and Bristol were named the top three booming suburbs in Rhode Island in a survey published by Coldwell Banker Real Estate. The “Top Booming Suburbs in America” ranking was a part of the last installment of Coldwell Banker “Best Places to Live” series. more
The Providence-Fall River-New Bedford metropolitan-area foreclosure rate fell 0.46 percentage points for April compared with the same period in 2012, CoreLogic said Tuesday. more
The “Gordian knot” of the foreclosure crisis, as former Bank Rhode Island President and CEO Merrill W. Sherman described the glut of homeowners defaulting on underwater mortgages last year, appears to be loosening. more
The revived Rhode Island historic-tax-credit program unveiled by lawmakers last week likely won’t help the state’s tallest vacant building, but will be in high demand for other projects, preservation advocates say. more
Pressured by consumer protection regulators, the Federal Housing Administration is expected to end one of its most controversial practices: Charging borrowers interest on their home mortgages for weeks after they’ve paid off the entire principal balance. more
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