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FAQs - Buying a Home in West Greenwich, Rhode Island


How big is West Greenwich, Rhode Island?

West Greenwich, Rhode Island has a population of 6,339 residents. 74.2% of the residents are families with children.

What is the cost of living for West Greenwich, Rhode Island?

The average family living in West Greenwich, Rhode Island has a average household income of $66,343 and spends about $52,205 annually.

What is the crime rate for West Greenwich, Rhode Island?

West Greenwich, Rhode Island is relatively safe since the personal crime risk (including violent and non-violent crimes) is 0.6%, which is lower than the state average of 6%. West Greenwich, Rhode Island property crime risk is 0.40%, which is lower than the state average of 8%.

How’s the job market for West Greenwich, Rhode Island?

About 58% of the residents in West Greenwich, Rhode Island have white-collar jobs, while the remaining 42.1% have blue-collar jobs. In West Greenwich, Rhode Island, the unemployment rate is about 2.8%, which is lower than the state unemployment rate of 4.1%.

What is the weather like year-round for West Greenwich, Rhode Island?

The average temperature for West Greenwich, Rhode Island is about 33 degrees in January and 74 degrees in July. The average rainfall is around 46 inches per year. The average snowfall is approximately 33 inches per year.