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Enterprise: Community Developments: Enterprise Releases New Interactive Report on Trends in Owned and Rented Housing

A daily roundup of news impacting housing and communities: July 26, 2018.

PBN: Report: R.I. homebuilding codes don’t cover all storm risks

Rhode Island again scored well in a recent report on the strength and enforcement of its homebuilding codes. However, with the 2018 hurricane season underway, several factors could put the state’s housing stock at risk in the event of a major storm.

ProJo: R.I.’s second-quarter house prices highest in 11 years

Although the number of sales slowed, the state’s median house price for the second quarter of 2018, $280,000, was the highest quarterly price in 11 years. The median price was also up nearly 9 percent compared with the second quarter of 2017, the Rhode Island Association of Realtors and the Statewide Multiple Listing Service reported Wednesday.

RICH: Save the Date! Announcing RICH Annual Luncheon!

Save the Date for RICH's Annual Luncheon: Monday, October 1, 2018.

Age Friendly RI: Join An Upcoming Conversation on caring for Seniors And Rhode Islanders With Disabilities

Join Age Friendly RI for a conversation on caring for seniors and Rhode Islanders with disabilities.

Enterprise: Community Developments: Senators Introduce Bipartisan Affordable Housing Task Force

A daily roundup of news impacting housing and communities: July 20, 2018.

RI Livable Homes Grant: Information

5 reasons to check out the RI Livable Homes grant.

ProJo: R.I. house prices continue to soar

The median price of houses sold in Rhode Island in June hit $290,000, the highest monthly median price since July 2006, the Rhode Island Association of Realtors reported Friday. A continuing issue with low inventory led to a nearly 4-percent decrease in the number of houses sold in June, compared with June 2017, the association also reported.

Warwick Beacon: First 73 apartments at Pontiac Mill almost ready

It’s not difficult to imagine a new life for the sprawling Pontiac Mills any more. Walls now divide the open floors where textile machines once hummed and immigrant workers, first from Sweden and later Ireland, put in 12-hour days to produce cloth under the name of “Fruit of the Loom.”

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