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After All, Tomorrow Is Another Day

Around this time last year, The Commercial Record held its annual reader poll. Respondents gave...

State AGs Flexing Dodd-Frank Muscles

The Connecticut Attorney General’s office is stretching its Dodd-Frank muscles, applying a new...

Stamford Discourages Sprawl; Downtown Thrives

It may not seem like an obvious case of cause and effect, but to understand the roots of the...

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Current News

August Conn. Home Sales Fall

Sales of Connecticut single-family homes declined almost 6.0 percent in August, marking the third time home sales have decreased in 2014, according to the latest report by The Warren Group, publisher of The Commercial Record.

Connecticut Home Sales Post Slight Gain In July

Connecticut single-family home sales rose slightly in the month of July, marking the fifth time sales have increased year-over-year in 2014, according to the latest report by The Warren Group, publisher of The Commercial Record.

Farmington Bank Parent Boosts Profits In Q3

First Connecticut Bancorp posted more than doubled its net income for the third quarter, recording $2.5 million in profits compared with $865,000 in the year-ago period.

Groton Apartment Complex Acquired For $48M

The Ledges, an apartment complex in Groton, has been sold for $48.25 million.

First Niagara Launches Private Health Care Exchange

First Niagara Benefits Consulting recently launched a web-based private health care exchange for Connecticut businesses.

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Connecticut Single-Family Home Sales Post Slight Gain In July

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

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Which problem has been the biggest drag on Conn.’s housing market recovery?

  • Tight credit requirements that limit who can get a mortgage.
  • Depressed wages that prevent people from moving out and freeing up starter-home stock.
  • Millennials living at home or in microapartments because they can’t afford to buy.
  • Young people leaving the state after graduation.

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