Residential Real Estate
January single-family home sales saw the largest year-over-year decline since the Great Recession in January 2009, according to the latest report from The Warren Group, publisher of The Commercial Record.
The growth in the third quarter, while not spectacular, leaves Connecticut on pace with the nation – which came in at a 3.4 percent growth rate – and in the top half of states, at No. 21 for the quarter.
An effort to protect children by lowering the threshold of lead exposure that triggers state and local investigations met opposition from the Department of Public Health and municipal representatives Monday over the possibility it could dramatically increase inspections.
The release of Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont’s first proposed two-year state budget has set the stage for months of negotiations on potentially hot-button topics.
Roughly half the nation’s business economists say they think the U.S. economy will slip into recession by the end of next year, and three-fourths envision such a downturn beginning by the end of 2021.
The leader of a nonprofit developer of affordable housing will be the state’s next housing commissioner, according to The Connecticut Mirror.
Connecticut’s new governor, Democrat Ned Lamont, offered a budget plan Wednesday that modernizes the state’s sales tax base by imposing the 6.35 percent levy on a long list of goods and services.
When you type in a home’s street address to obtain an online valuation from the two biggest players in the field – Zillow’s Zestimate or Redfin’s Estimate tools – how good is what you get?
From tony Greenwich to tiny Voluntown, Connecticut’s residential real estate market saw pockets of growth in 2018, including strengthening markets in Connecticut’s biggest cities and the Naugatuck Valley.
Investors have acquired six central Connecticut properties for $14.6 million in three transactions brokered by Northeast Private Client Group.
Alongside the many apartment and condominium units built in Stamford in recent years, the city has seen a boom in another asset class: self-storage facilities.
As small business owners compile their income tax returns, they may have an unpleasant surprise – some popular business deductions have disappeared or been reduced under the new tax law.
Gov. Ned Lamont has proposed the restoration of a property tax credit that is currently only applicable to seniors and those with dependents.
The mayor of Hartford said the city is cutting ties with the bike-sharing company Lime.
Are senior homeowners preventing Millennials from buying houses? Could the decisions of millions of older owners to “age in place” rather than sell their homes explain why Millennials are lagging behind in homeownership?
Connecticut’s mortgage rates are solidly in the middle of the pack, according to a new state-by-state study of mortgage rates by Lending Tree.
Growing numbers of Democrats in the state legislature are joining their Republican colleagues to support a longtime conservative priority: repealing Connecticut’s inheritance tax.
The state’s would-be bid to snatch Amazon’s faltering New York headquarters and 25,000 employees remains a work in progress with Democratic U.S. Rep. Jim Himes, who represents Fairfield County, joining the fray.
At a meeting of the Waterbury Regional Chamber Monday, Gov. Ned Lamont announced a proposal to shrink the state’s borrowing by 39 percent, the equivalent of hundreds of millions of dollars annually.
With a new attorney general, Connecticut’s Democratic Senators believe they have a better chance of passing legislation that seeks to limit what employers can say to employees in the workplace.