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CT home sales drop in July

Gregory Seay |

Statewide sales of houses and condominiums fell 8.2 percent in July from a year earlier, Realtors say

CT's July housing permits lag

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut's pace of new housing construction continued to slow in July, a new survey shows.

Greater Hartford foreclosure rates, delinquencies decline in June

Patricia Daddona |

The foreclosure rate on outstanding residential mortgage loans in the Hartford metro region declined by slightly in June, according to CoreLogic.

State House Square resets loan maturity

Owners ofdowntown Hartford's State House Square office building have been granted a three-year repayment extension and a lower interest rate.

N. Britain's Main Place Apts. sold at $4.7M

The 72-unit Main Place Apartments in New Britain sold recently for $4.725 million, brokers say.

Downtown New Britain's transit-oriented makeover takes off

Gregory Seay |

Establishing Connecticut's transportation infrastructure hasn't always worked out well for the city of New Britain.

Area's July house, condo sales down

Gregory Seay |

Sales of Hartford area houses and condos fell in July, yet median house prices rose, Realtors say.

Milestone for CCAT's E. Hfd. expansion

The Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology Inc. (CCAT) in East Hartford has finished the first phase of a $5 million facility expansion that includes the addition of new equipment for producing...

CT solar arrays included in $19.8M portfolio sale

Matt Pilon |

OneRoof Energy has sold a portfolio of residential solar-panel arrays to a New York company for $19.8 million.

Connecticut sees foreclosure inventory improving

Patricia Daddona |

Connecticut's foreclosure inventory declined by just over 20.6 percent in June of this year compared with a year ago, slightly behind the national average of 25.9 percent, CoreLogic reported Tuesday.

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