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Rhode Island had the fourth-highest percentage of mortgaged homes in negative equity in the fourth quarter at 10 percent, CoreLogic said Thursday. more
The historic neighborhood, The Point, in Newport recently had its highest residential sale in two years. The Bigelow Carriage House, at 79 Second St., sold for $1.68 million, according to a news release. more
A prominent building in Wayland Square is undergoing a final phase of redevelopment. The 1940s-era office building, at 229 Waterman St., is being converted to five levels of mixed-use occupancy. more
(Updated 11 a.m.) The rental market on the East Side of Providence has entered the busy season, in preparation for renewal of contracts and new leases, which typically starts in June. Samson Realty, at 346 Wickenden St., has specialized in student rentals for more than 20 years. more
The Commodore Perry Farm, the birthplace of Naval war hero Oliver Hazard Perry, was sold for $2.75 million, marking the highest sale in town in more than three years, according to Mott & Chace Sotheby’s International Realty. more
Rhode Island was eighth highest in the nation in January for its percentage of noncurrent loans at 7 percent, Black Knight Financial Services said this week. more
Foreclosure petitions in Massachusetts fell 2.7 percent in January to 899 from 924 in January 2016, a report from The Warren Group, publisher of Banker & Tradesman, said Tuesday. more
January single-family home sales were the highest on record in the Ocean State, The Warren Group said Tuesday, with 692 sales in the month. January marked the 21st consecutive month of year-over-year sales growth. more
Home prices in the Providence-Warwick-Fall River metropolitan area increased 5.4 percent in January compared with a year earlier, CoreLogic said Tuesday. more
City living comes with a premium in most major metros, except Providence, where it’s less expensive to live than in the suburbs. more
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