Even though Spring is the peak real estate season across the country, winter can still a great time to sell your home. Time reports that on average homes listed between December and February when there are fewer competing listings, tend to get more than their asking price and move off the market more quickly than homes sold in the spring and summer months. So if you are ready to sell your home there is no need to wait. Instead, consider marketing your home to the winter market with these smart tips. [Read more…]
Housing prices around the country have been on the rise for the last several years, and the Rhode Island market is no exception. While the overall inventory levels on the market have fallen, the number of sales in the state increased throughout August – and the median price for houses in the state has increased steadily as well. [Read more…]
Whether you are looking to remodel your home or update it before selling, staying on top of the latest design trends is a great way to get fresh ideas. However, trends come and go, and so it’s important also to understand what’s gone out of style before spending money. Here are ten design trends that are fading fast in 2017: [Read more…]
Rhode Island has always been famous for its rich history, stunning scenic beauty, and unique New England charm. While it’s not difficult to find a fun everyday activity, it’s also worth taking a few seconds to review some of the more seasonal activities in the area.
As fall rolls in, Rhode Island fills up with great Autumn activities and events. The natural beauty of the leaves is everywhere, and you’ll be able to take the family to haunted houses, apple picking, and much more. In fact, the fall activities here are one reason why so many people decide to actually buy a home in the area – it’s a season that can be filled with memories every single year. [Read more…]
Providence, Rhode Island has seen strong home prices in the recent years as well as outstanding appreciation rates while enjoying an improving economy. Appreciation rates within the Providence area continue to track above the national average, and the equity gains, while at the national average, have recovered across most communities from the Great Recession. Real estate price increases are stable and for the most part sustainable. We continue to see a multitude of new buyers as the economy grows along with continued low-interest rates keeping affordable mortgage payments for all types of buyers looking for their next home. [Read more…]