Residential Real Estate
With more than 400 vacant and abandoned properties in Hartford, city officials are hoping a new land bank can help them tackle the problem, and turn the properties to better uses.
Dan Keune, a Realtor and broker with Campbell-Keune Realty in Ellington, has been elected as the 2019 president for the Connecticut Realtors.
When done right, DIYs are great, saving you money and time. They can even be fun and give you a sense of pride in what you’ve accomplished. But they can also be rolling disasters when they go off the rails.
The city of Norwalk is suing the company behind a stalled development in the city’s downtown over blight and zoning violations.
A pair of Bristol apartment complexes have sold for $4.4 million.
Thanks to demand for speedier submarine construction from the U.S. Navy, Groton’s Electric Boat Co. plans to hire 900 new employees in 2019, including 500 in Connecticut.
A new survey has identified Hartford as the sixth-safest affordable city in the country.
A Connecticut lawmaker who wants to end the practice of moving the clocks forward and back every year has proposed legislation that could ultimately lead to a change in the state’s time zone and possibly New England’s as well.
In a new plan to address flooding in the South End of Bridgeport, city officials see an opportunity to kick-start private investment and development in the waterfront area.
Seven projects in Connecticut have received nearly $5.9 million in financing from the Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston, which will fund the creation or preservation of 147 affordable housing units.
A Branford commercial property which includes a three-bedroom house has been sold to a landscaping business.
The partial shutdown of the U.S. government has begun to make it harder to assess the health of the economy by delaying or distorting key reports on growth, spending and hiring.
Democrat Ned Lamont was sworn in as the 89th governor of Connecticut on Wednesday, pledging to be a “straighter shooter, an honest broker and a good listener” who will not allow the state’s budget challenges to define the next four years.
When the government shuts its doors, who gets hit hardest among people needing a home mortgage? It all depends on the type of loan you seek and where you’re located.
Single-family home sales in Connecticut decreased in November as prices increased on a year-over-year basis, according to the latest report from The Warren Group, publisher of The Commercial Record.
While Connecticut is poised Wednesday to usher in a successive Democratic top executive, Gov.-elect Ned Lamont has been insistent he represents a new beginning for the state.
Two Connecticut insurance companies will provide supplemental financial assistance to current and former policyholders who file claims and receive awards to remediate their crumbling concrete foundations.
Rob Levine of Hart Real Estate has been named the Greater Hartford Association of Realtor’s president for 2019.
In the legislative session that begins Wednesday, some legislators the General Assembly will look for ways to increase the state’s $10.10 an hour minimum wage.
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