Rhode Island Appreciating in the 7% to 13% range

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Year-over-year property appreciation rates by state. RI is in the 7% to 13% range.

This map illustrates the top states for property appreciation rates year over year. Property appreciation is calculated based on repeat sales of the same properties, which can avoid the problem of trying to account for price differences in homes with varying characteristics. All states saw property appreciation in comparison to a year ago.

The map depicts each state's real estate market on a scale from very weak seller's market to strong seller's market. The rating is based on that state's current inventory and average days on market. According to the map, Vermont is the only weak seller's market in May 2018.The map depicts each state's real estate market on a scale from very weak seller's market to strong seller's market. The rating is based on that state's current inventory and average days on market. According to the map, Vermont is the only weak seller's market in May 2018.