Residential Real Estate
You might be relaxing at the beach or in the mountains, but if you’re considering purchasing a home in the coming months, you should be aware of an important shift emerging in the market: price-cutting.
More than half of Americans are placing debt reduction as their top priority this year.
A contractor working in the backyard of a Bridgeport home has stumbled upon a potentially explosive situation.
Nearly a year after the catastrophic Equifax hack exposed 147 million Americans’ personal and financial data to cybercriminals, consumers are about to get a break – something especially useful for homebuyers and owners.
Total household debt hit new highs in the second quarter of the year and has now increased for 16 consecutive quarters.
Connecticut Real Estate Brokerage LLC, a new firm in Thomaston, is opening with the intent to donate a portion of its revenues back to the community.
If you’re seriously thinking about buying a home in the months ahead, you almost certainly know how important your FICO credit score will be in getting a mortgage.
The growth of consumer spending slowed in June, coming in under projections of economists, according to recent data from the Federal Reserve.
Do you really need an escrow account attached to your mortgage? Aren’t you capable of remembering when it’s time to pay tax and insurance bills? These questions suddenly are more controversial than you might guess.
Single-family home sales in Connecticut decreased in June on a year-over-year basis as the median sale price climbed to a five-year high, according to the latest report from The Warren Group, publisher of The Commercial Record.
U.S. consumer spending increased solidly in June as households spent more on restaurants and accommodation, building a strong base for the economy heading into the third quarter, while inflation rose moderately.
In the emotional rush that precedes buying a home – negotiating contract details and price, beating away rival bidders, searching for the best mortgage deal – closing costs often aren’t a pressing concern.
A Connecticut house that was being raised onto concrete pilings collapsed, injuring one worker.
Will Baby Boomers turn into party poopers when they unload their homes in large numbers starting in the next decade?
U.S. retail sales for the month of June were $506.8 billion, an increase of 0.5 percent from the prior month and up 6.6 percent year-over-year, according to the Census Bureau.
The latest analysis from consumer website WalletHub ranks five Connecticut cities in the bottom half of best places for first-time homebuyers across the county.
KeyBank Real Estate Capital has secured $59.5 million in financing for two separate multifamily properties in South Windsor and Windsor.
Whether it’s the time it takes to generate a lead, convert a lead, take a listing, show buyers property or close a sale, every aspect of the real estate business has a different cycle time.
U.S. loan applications to refinance existing homes fell to their lowest in over 17-1/2 years even as most 30-year home borrowing costs fell last week, data from the Mortgage Bankers Association showed on Wednesday.
Gov. Dannel Malloy announced an allocation plan utilizing a $600,000 appropriation included in the bipartisan state budget adjustment bill.
Residential Real Estate Top Block
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- Former Shelton Resident Admits Embezzling $326K from Employer
- Real Estate Agent Arrested After Leaving Young Girls in Hot Car
- Bank Manager Admits Embezzling $879K from CD Accounts
- Webster Bank Hires New CIO