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CT's Aug. housing permits slip

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut homebuilding permits eased in August from a year earlier, but the year-to-date pace of single- and multi-family construction was still ahead of last year's, new data shows.

UConn trustees OK $8.3M hotel sale

Joe Cooper |

UConn's board of trustees on Wednesday unanimously approved the $8.3 million sale of its 95-room hotel to a Chicago-based real estate developer.

Hartford’s C4C lands $700K U.S. grant

Gregory Seay |

Hartford nonprofit Capital for Change won a $700,000 federal grant to continue financing acquisition, construction and upgrades for low-income housing in Connecticut’s three largest cities.

New federal tax rules create uncertainty in CT

Brenden Healy |

As many Connecticut residents are painfully aware, the new federal tax law passed last December limits our ability to deduct the state and local taxes we pay each year.

Greater Hartford home sales, prices climb in Aug.

Joe Cooper |

Greater Hartford home sales and median prices rose in August, new Realtor data show.

The path to economic growth in CT

R. Michael Goman |

We've recently seen the work of something called the Commission on Fiscal Stability and Economic Growth, a taskforce consisting of 14 CEOs who worked on identifying and coming up with solutions to...

Developer replaced in Hartford’s Main-Park St. redevelopment

Joe Cooper |

A new team is replacing Hartford nonprofit CIL as the overseer redeveloping two blighted lots in Hartford at the corners of Main and Park streets, the city said Thursday.

Where is the US housing market headed? 4 things you need to know


If you're a real estate agent, odds are you haven't been closing as many deals lately.A slowdown in new construction and a short supply of existing...

With CT home sales up, prices rise

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut home sales climbed in July, with their median price approaching a five-year high, new data shows.

Report: CT’s cost of living too high for 40% of households

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut's high costs of living are taking a major bite out of family earnings.

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