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Real Estate
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Washington Trust Bancorp Inc. knows how to follow a game plan, as evidenced by a second straight third quarter profit record. more
The number of vacant, foreclosed buildings in tiny Central Falls has declined significantly, from over 300 at the height of the Great Recession to 20 or so today. more
It’s official: The equity boom, which has added an estimated $1.6 trillion to the personal net wealth of American homeowners in the past year, has slowed dramatically. It’s not over by any means. It has just lost some of its previous pep. more
WESTERLY – The Washington Trust Co.’s Commercial Real Estate Group announced last month it has provided funding to Lila Delman Real Estate to relocate its Providence headquarters to South Main Street. more
The two-year-old U.S. housing recovery is faltering. The Mortgage Bankers Association on Wednesday lowered its forecast for combined new and existing home sales in 2014 to 5.28 million - a decline of 4.1 percent that would be the first annual drop in four years. more
PROVIDENCE – The conversion of three former industrial buildings in the city to apartments will receive Historic Preservation Tax Credits, the state announced in April. The former Providence Dyeing, Bleaching and Calendaring Co., at 50 … more
David Foster of Chicago got a stunning and welcome early Christmas present for him, his wife and three young children in late 2014. more
Sales of single-family homes flattened in 2014, but median prices continued to rise, to $215,000, the highest value of the past six years, according to the Rhode Island Association of Realtors. more
Could a controversial new program set for launch nationwide this month by giant mortgage investor Fannie Mae lead to slower and costlier home sale closings and more disputes over prices between sellers and buyers – busting deals when the appraised value comes in below what the parties agreed to in the contract? more
When the Great Recession gripped Rhode Island, many companies were shrinking, laying off staff and cutting back. more
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