Residential Real Estate
Connecticut’s share of the housing recovery was a mere 0.3 percent, according to an analysis by real estate tracking firm Zillow.
About 1,500 federal workers in Connecticut affected by the shutdown. The longer it lasts, the more its effects will be felt – not only in the Washington D.C. area, home to hundreds of thousands of federal employees, but in every state, including Connecticut.
Connecticut has lost population every year for the last five years.
A recent U.S. Census survey reveals that Connecticut has one of the highest median household incomes in the country, but wealth in the state remains heavily skewed.
The sale of 110 Clapboard Ridge Road is likely the town’s largest real estate deal of the year.
The National Flood Insurance Program is open again for business, despite a partial government shutdown that looks set to drag on as President Donald Trump continues to demand funding for a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border be included in any new funding bill passed by Congress.
An annual study of where Americans are moving to, and where they’re moving from, found Connecticut has the third-highest rate of outbound moves in the country, after New Jersey and Illinois.
The choice of Joseph Giulietti is a sign of that rail is a centerpiece of Gov.-elect Ned Lamont’s plan for Connecticut’s revival. Lamont highlighted his opinion that “substantially reducing travel time from New Haven and our other towns to New York City” is crucial, with Giulietti’s appointment.
Connecticut homeowners are not as cost-burdened as in the past, according to a new report.
Wall Street started 2018 strong, buoyed by a growing economy and corporate profits. It isn’t ending that way.
The Conference Board, a business research group, said Thursday that its consumer confidence index fell to 128.1 in December, down from 136.4 in November and lowest since July.
Beginning Jan. 1, Connecticut employers will no longer be allowed to ask prospective employees about their salary histories during job interviews.
A new $12 annual surcharge will begin being levied on certain homeowner insurance policies in Connecticut from Jan. 1 until Dec. 31, 2029, under a new state law.
Connecticut has now recovered 108,700 jobs, or 91.3 percent, of the 119,100 seasonally adjusted jobs lost during the Great Recession, which officially lasted from March 2008 to February 2010.
An advisory board set up by Gov.-elect Ned Lamont is urging the governor to boost transportation links and computer education to help the Connecticut economy.
Branford native Maria Salatto-Gilhuly helps clients satisfy approximately 500 liens a year, primarily in cities such as Bridgeport, West Haven, Hartford and Danbury.
If agents’ disclosures aren’t clear to you, probe further. You need to know who – if anyone – has your best interests paramount.
Whether homeowners’ insurance policies should cover repairs to thousands of homes with crumbling foundations caused by defective concrete was the subject of three separate lawsuits heard Tuesday by the Connecticut Supreme Court.
Transportation sources account for the largest portion of the region’s carbon pollution. A group of states is looking at a “cap-and-trade” model to tackle the problem.
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