Residential Real Estate
The former president of a Hartford nonprofit has pleaded guilty to stealing from programs run by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Imagine having to save up your money to purchase your first home for more than $500,000, and the place you buy is a two-bedroom, 1,200-square-foot starter home.
The former manager of a Connecticut apartment building who knowingly allowed the building to be used as a drug trafficking hub has been sentenced to more than two years in prison.
The Connecticut State Bond Commission is issuing debt for $5 million as the launchpad for a new Apprenticeship Connecticut program, designed to draw workers into careers where the state is seeing persistent labor shortages, including manufacturing and the building trades.
Freddie Mac will suspend eviction lock-outs nationwide on the occupied homes it owns between Dec. 17, 2018, and Jan. 2, 2019.
Insurer Allstate has prevailed again in a lawsuit by Connecticut policyholders seeking money to fix their crumbling house foundations.
Under the agreement, Travelers will establish and administer the Travelers Benefit Program and commit $5 million to the program.
The national housing market has stumbled this year as the Fed’s rate hikes have contributed to sharply higher mortgage rates.
The 3,637-square-foot antique red Goodsell Barn is a warm and inviting home where past and present are woven together.
It’s Christmas time for special interests, and Democrats could throw a wrench in the works
Demolition of two adjacent office buildings in Stamford is planned and housing proposed to replace them.
A New York man was charged with allegedly running a home-repair business that did not comply with professional standards.
Uncertainty clouds the future of Fairfield County’s large hedge fund industry, according to the Stamford Advocate.
It is nine years and counting since the last time Connecticut had a recession.
The Fairfield County area could rank among the three most-improved markets in the country for home sales, according to Realtor.com estimates published Wednesday predicting gains in transactions and prices.
Critics say the plan could push the country back toward the see-no-evil days of mortgage lending that preceded the housing crash.
Single-family home and condominium sales in Connecticut decreased in October as prices also declined on a year-over-year basis, according to the latest report from The Warren Group, publisher of The Commercial Record.
The Democrat poised to take the reins of the powerful House Ways and Means Committee raised hopes for bipartisan agreement on an infrastructure bill in a speech before New England business leaders.
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