Gov. Ned Lamont faces increasing pressure from Democratic legislative leaders to find a compromise with Republican legislators over tolls, delaying a vote on one of the governor’s signature initiatives.
Sales of new U.S. homes slumped 7.8 percent in May, as sales plunged in the pricier Northeastern and Western markets.
A California-based national home staging company has signed a lease for a large warehouse space in Milford.
Gov. Ned Lamont acknowledged Wednesday there is a divide between his administration and Connecticut legislators over the need for electronic tolls to generate more state transportation revenue and pitched a “middle-class tax relief” as a way to lessen tolls’ impact on residents.
The Federal Reserve left its key interest rate unchanged Wednesday but signaled that it’s prepared to start cutting rates if needed to protect the U.S. economy from trade conflicts and other threats.
Homebuyers who expect their newly built castles to be flawless masterpieces are only fooling themselves: The perfect, zero-defect house has yet to be built. But every builder has a whopper of a story about a big mistake.
The Federal Reserve seems poised to pivot from keeping interest rates steady to holding out the option of cutting rates if it were to decide that the economic expansion needs support.
New Yorkers are very interested in moving to Connecticut, In fact, more than one in 10 New York City-area residents are hunting for apartments in the state’s three major metro areas, according to new data from Apartment List.
During its first 12 months of service, CTRail’s Hartford Line also drew an estimated 634,000 passengers, 51,000 more than originally projected, according to a report released Monday by CTDOT.
U.S. home construction slipped a bit in May as a sharp drop in single-family construction was only partially offset by a rise in apartment building.
Americans stepped up their retail spending last month, a sign that recent worries about cautious consumers dragging on growth may have been overdone.
A new study from WalletHub has ranked Connecticut as offering its residents one of the best education and health care systems in the nation.
The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) rolled new resources on Tuesday to help residential construction companies address the opioid crisis facing the home building industry.
When Gary Keller declared that his company was a technology company, most industry experts thought this was aspirational – they were utterly wrong.
Many sellers become riveted on the gross selling price and fail to consider how much money they need to net in order to move to their next residence. That can be a serious mistake, especially if they haven’t built up much equity in their current homes.
Hartford-area homeowners are catching a break on their mortgage payments, according to a new report from homebuying finance company Unison.
Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont says he’s been assured United Technologies Corporation plans to hire 1,000 additional workers at Pratt & Whitney over the next few years.
New data from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York shows that nearly 20 percent of households in the Northeast think they will move to a new home in the next 12 months.
William “Bill” Raveis, the chairman and CEO of William Raveis Real Estate, Mortgage & Insurance was honored by the Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation for his fundraising efforts, which have generated over $2 million in donations for cancer research.
United Technologies Corp. and Raytheon are merging in a deal that creates one of the world’s largest defense companies, whose headquarters will be located in the Boston area.