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Underserved Populations Are Potential Customers For Banks

In the north end of Hartford, a section of Connecticut’s capital where more than half of all residents have a credit score below 620, five bank branches have closed in the last five years....

Connecticut’s Real Estate Recovery Remains Uneven

Location counts for a lot in real estate and while the statewide market continues to improve incrementally, some counties are doing much better than others. The counties in the corners of the Nutmeg State show the range of diversity it contains....
The 160-unit Columbus Commons apartment complex, which broke ground in October at the former New Britain police station property, is the first privately-financed development built in the city’s downtown in decades.

Multifamily Projects Sprout Near CTfastrak

The 9.4-mile CTfastrak that runs between New Britain and Hartford promises to boost the region’s economic competitiveness by providing a car-free commuting option favored by Millennial workers and others weary of congestion and car payments....

Help Needed To Hang A Hat

If home is where you hang your hat, do you really need a Realtor to help you find the right wall?...

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