Residential Real Estate
Connecticut lawmakers and Gov. Ned Lamont are trying to craft a complicated plan in the waning days of the legislative session that could lead to electronic tolls on a handful of highways, a process that’s been made more challenging by the need to ultimately obtain federal approval.
April rent prices in Connecticut were all over the spectrum, depending on the city, with rates below and above national averages.
Democratic lawmakers passed legislation that incrementally increases Connecticut’s minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2023.
With only a few weeks left in the General Assembly’s session, Gov. Ned Lamont is pushing state legislators to pass a transportation bill that includes his signature tolling proposal.
The long knives are out again for one of American real estate’s oldest and most controversial traditions: requiring home sellers to pay the agents who represent the buyers of their properties.
The strength of demand for homes in the Hartford area helped push one local loan originator into the top ranks of his colleagues statewide.
While Connecticut ranked highly in some areas, a report released this morning indicates that the top issues the state needs to focus on to improve its overall standings are in the areas of transportation and fiscal stability.
One of the worst points of congestion in Connecticut is headed for a reconstruction under a plan announced by Gov. Ned Lamont last week.
Gov. Ned Lamont is trying to rally Connecticut lawmakers to support electronic tolls, acknowledging it’s a “tough vote” for the General Assembly.
Connecticut’s Democratic-controlled House of Representatives has voted to incrementally increase the state’s minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2023, following a marathon, overnight debate.
Zillow is back in hot water: A class-action suit against the online realty giant is moving forward after insider whistleblowers alleged that the company designed its controversial “co-marketing” program to violate federal anti-kickback laws.
U.S. employers advertised almost 7.5 million jobs at the end of March, a solid figure that signals hiring will likely remain strong in the months ahead.
Do you want to buy a house but worry that your credit profile will disqualify you for a mortgage? Take another look: A new study suggests that you might find lenders a little friendlier and more flexible than you thought.
The state economy grew in the last quarter of 2018, but at a much slower pace than in the third quarter, according to the newest data from the federal Bureau of Economic Analysis.
The annual salary needed to afford a home in Hartford is more than $65,000, nearly $2,000 above the area’s median income.
The entity overseeing distribution of state funds to help Connecticut homeowners with crumbling foundations has ceased authorizing new foundation construction work until it receives a payment from the state Department of Housing.
Nearly two-thirds of New Haven County’s homebuyers in recent years are Millennials, a new study from the National Association of Realtors has found.
Danbury officials are getting traction with calls for MetroNorth improve service from New York to the city, and connect it with the New York town of Southeast, where another MetroNorth line runs close to the state border.
“Tiny Houses” – homes between 400 and 800 square feet – are being pushed by some housing activists as a solution to the state’s shortage of affordable housing units.
A survey of corporate economists predicts the economy will expand over the next year, although the pace of growth will decline and employers are facing pressure to raise wages, spend more on worker training and automate tasks because of the low unemployment rate.