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Press Releases

May 2020

Realtors report effects of pandemic on R.I housing market

Warwick, R.I. – May 14, 2020 – Roughly two months after the news of the coronavirus spread to the masses, the Rhode Island Association of Realtors shared news of a housing market which began to show signs of the closed economy last month. April home sales data released today show a continued rise in median sales price compared to April 2019, accompanied by an anticipated slowdown in sales. Full Story

Pent-up demand created strong foundation for R.I. Housing market in first quarter

Warwick, R.I. – May 8, 2020 – During the first quarter, Rhode Island home sales and prices rose compared to the prior year, according to statistics released today by the Rhode Island Association of Realtors and its subsidiary, State-Wide Multiple Listing Service. All sectors of the housing market started the year off on a solid foundation due to pent-up demand. That demand helped Rhode Island’s housing market remain strong despite the widespread COVID-19 restrictions which became commonplace in March. Full Story

April 2020

R.I. Housing Sales Remain Active During March

Warwick, R.I. – April 10, 2020 ... One month into the widespread effects of the coronavirus pandemic, statistics released today from RI Realtors indicate that despite impediments from COVID-19, single-family home sales rose slightly year-over-year in March and pending sales  – those under contract but not yet closed – dropped negligibly, down .4 percent. The median price of those sales was $300,000, a 13.2 percent gain. Full Story

March 2020

RI REALTORS® Release February Home Sales Statistics

Warwick, R.I. – March 20, 2020 – The Rhode Island Association of Realtors and its subsidiary, State-Wide Multiple Listing Service (MLS), released its February home sales data today which relayed a median price of single-family home sales in February of $274,900, a ten percent increase from 12 months earlier. The number of closed transactions also increased by 14 percent year-over-year. The data however, which represents all sales transacted by Realtors through the MLS last month, also highlighted a 12 percent decline in the supply of homes for sale compared to February 2019.  Full Story

February 2020

2020 starts off with significant increases in Rhode Island’s housing market

Warwick, RI – February 20, 2020 --The first month of 2020 saw significant growth in Rhode Island’s housing market. The Rhode Island Association of Realtors reported a double-digit increase in the median price of single-family homes sold last month. January’s median sales price of $296,750 represented a 17 percent hike year-over-year.  Full Story

January 2020

Year-over-year gains in R.I.’s 2019 housing market

Warwick, R.I. – January 22, 2020 – The Rhode Island Association of Realtors today released 2019 home sales data which showed year-over-year increases in median price for all residential property types. Multifamily homes reaped the largest gain with an 11.1 percent increase compared to 2018. The 2019 median sales price of multifamily properties was $270,000.  Full Story

Sales and Median Price Continues Ascent in December’s R.I. Housing Market

Warwick, R.I. – January 16, 2020 – Rhode Island’s single-family housing market ended the year on a high note last month with an increase in both sales and median price year-over-year. Closed transactions in December were 19.1 percent higher than a year earlier. The median sales price of $285,000 represented an increase of 7.6 percent from December of 2018. According to data from the Rhode Island Association of Realtors and its subsidiary, State-Wide Multiple Listing Service, January of 2017 was the last time the monthly median sales price of single-family homes showed an annual decline in the Ocean State. Full Story

 

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