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Tolland’s Ivy Woods Apts. sell for $7.4M

The 64-unit Ivy Woods Apartments in Tolland sold recently for $74 million, or $115,000 per unit, brokers say.

Assisted-living development for 'Boomers' on the rise

Gregory Seay |

A wave of independent, assisted-living, and memory-care facilities development and expansion is sweeping Connecticut just as the oldest of this state's Baby Boomers near the age where helping hands...

Fewer CT, Hartford homeowners underwater

Patricia Daddona |

About 8 percent of Greater Hartford homeowners owed more on their mortgages than their homes are worth in the fourth quarter of 2016, down nearly 2 percentage points from a year earlier, according to...

CT's Jan. home sales a 10-year high

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut homes sales surged 23 percent in January – the best start to the 12-month sales period in a decade, a new survey shows.

Champion Container invests $2.8M in Suffield warehouse

Champion Container is preparing to open an 80,000-square-foot distribution facility on a Suffield property acquired last summer for $1.8 million, town officials say.

Q&A: CT homebuyers looking for renovated properties this spring

Q&A talks to Carl Lantz, president of the Greater Hartford Association of Realtors and a member of RE/MAX Premier Realtors in West Hartford, about the upcoming spring homebuying season.

CT budget weighs on towns, property owners

Gregory Seay |

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's biennial budget proposal calling for tens of millions in aid cuts to the wealthiest municipalities is already triggering pain for some as well as fears for what it may mean...

Enfield apartment project gets $15.5M for second phase

Patricia Daddona |

Enfield's Mayfield Place has obtained $15.5 million in financing for its second phase of development from Washington Trust's commercial real estate group in Westerly, R.I.

Report: 4Q mortgage refinancing activity up in CT

Patricia Daddona |

Hartford area mortgage refinancing activity posted healthy gains in the fourth quarter of 2016, paralleling a national and statewide trend, according to data from ATTOM Data Solutions.

Hartford area foreclosures, delinquency rates drop in Dec.

Patricia Daddona |

The rate of Greater Hartford foreclosures declined to 1.19 percent in December, a drop of about a third of a percentage point compared with the year-ago period, according to new data from CoreLogic.

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