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CCSU Program Aims To Train Next Generation Of Commercial Lenders

A new program in the works at Central Connecticut State University (CCSU) could help fill a...

The Talent Tug-Of-War

Companies in the real estate and development industry profit by spotting opportunities early on...

Rent Now, Buy Later

While it’s become popular to lament those lazy twenty-somethings who won’t move out of their...

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Conn. Home And Condo Sales Rise In May

Connecticut single-family home and condo sales gained in May, marking the fourth consecutive month of increases, according to the latest report by The Warren Group, publisher of The Commercial Record.

Chelsea Groton Bank Opens Loan Production Office

Chelsea Groton Bank has opened the doors to its loan production office in Glastonbury.

Cleaning Company Buys Southport Building For $275K

Hoodz of Fairfield County bought a 2,240-square-foot freestanding commercial building in Bridgeport for $275,000.

Wallingford Industrial Facility Leased By Online Apparel Company

Online custom apparel retailer Logo Sportswear Inc. has signed a 37,000-square-foot long-term lease for an industrial facility in Wallingford.

North Haven Property Sold For $245K

K & J Holding LLC has sold a two-building property in North Haven for $245,000.

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Connecticut Single-Family Home And Condo Sales Rise In February

Timothy M. Warren Jr., CEO of The Warren Group, discusses the February real estate activity.

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