Residential Real Estate
The construction industry is poised for a banner year in 2020 with permits for new housing issued in 2019 up 34 percent from the year before.
Real estate firm Realogy plans to roll out a new, mobile-optimized customer relationship management system and app for its 300,000 agents nationwide, which the company says will help agents collaborate better with their clients. The company is piloting the software,...
Kayla Law has joined North Haven-based Pearce Real Estate as a residential sales associate in the firm’s New Haven office.
A company founded by a pair of housing nonprofits has launched what they say is the country’s first independent app dedicated to helping first-time and first-generation homebuyers navigate through the entire homeownership journey.
A new economic action plan will be rolled out in Connecticut that will include incentives to attract employers to its cities and promote the growth of women-and-minority-owned businesses, according to a top state official.
You may never have heard of Homesnap, but it is now the No. 1-rated agent mobile app and desktop site, with traffic up 40 percent in the last year
What was more expensive in 2019: homes in Greenwich, Connecticut or homes in Wellesley?
Recent economic indicators point to an easier time ahead for small manufacturers and companies in the home remodeling industry.
MTA Metro-North announced that its on-time performance increased 4.3 percentage points in 2019, rising to 94.4 percent, the best performance in six years.
A legislative working group has released a new quality control plan for quarries in light of the crumbling foundations problem afflicting many eastern Connecticut homeowners.
Three prominent Connecticut officials on Friday called on the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to immediately improve its oversight of a federal Section 8 voucher program.
Connecticut is providing more than $1 million to combat homelessness.
Construction of new homes surged in December to the highest level in 13 years, capping a year in which falling mortgage rates and a strong labor market helped lift the prospects of the housing industry.
The state’s 18-month-old commuter rail line has already broke the 1 million-rider mark, Gov. Ned Lamont said.
Newington Realtor Joanne Breen, of ERA Sargis-Breen Real Estate, has been installed as the as 2020 president for the Connecticut Realtors.
We all carry unconscious biases. We’re simply more comfortable around people who are like us. Unfortunately, this can find its way into our work lives in insidious ways.
The Republican leader of the Connecticut Senate said Monday he doubts a transportation bill that includes tolls can be passed in the General Assembly, despite optimism expressed by Democratic Gov. Ned Lamont.
Democratic Gov. Ned Lamont told reporters Friday that he believed a tentative deal on a transportation funding bill could be reached soon, possibly over the weekend, with leaders of the Democratic-controlled General Assembly.
Massachusetts politicians may need to come up with $350 million in the coming years to help thousands of homeowners whose foundations are contaminated with a mineral that makes them crumble, a problem all too familiar for over 1,000 homeowners in Connecticut.
Stamford-based William Pitt-Julia B. Fee Sotheby’s International Realty announced Ashley Breunich was named the firm’s new director of marketing.