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CT's Feb. housing permits fall

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut housing permits slowed in February, new data shows.

Bristol’s Brookside Apts.’ latest sale brings $7M

Bristol's 78-unit Brookside Apartments recently sold for $7 million, or $89,743 per unit, to an active New York landlord that has acquired other area multi-family properties lately, brokers say.

CT home sales, prices down in Feb.

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut home sales and prices statewide fell in February, Realtors say.

Loans may not be concrete fix

Eric Bedner | Journal Inquirer |

The state Department of Housing said Monday two potential sources of funding to rebuild homes with crumbling foundations pursued by U.S. Rep. Joseph D. Courtney, may not be the magic bullet everyone...

Fewer Hartford area homebuyers making all-cash purchases

Patricia Daddona |

Greater Hartford home cash sales declined 5.2 percentage points in Dec. 2016 compared to the same period last year, according to CoreLogic.

Windsor office-portfolio sale nets $5M

A five-building Windsor office complex has sold for $5 million, brokers say.

Proximity to depositors, venues sold United Bank on downtown

United Financial Bancorp Inc. and its flagship, United Bank, had a few other options, bank officials say, for relocating away from its cramped Glastonbury office quarters, aside from choosing...

Apartment sales dominate Hftd. commercial property deals

The apartment investment market appears to be red hot in Greater Hartford.

Greater Hartford Feb. home sales, prices drop

Gregory Seay |

Home sales and prices both fell in the Hartford region in February, Realtors say.

Analysis: CT's foreclosure crisis was among worst in U.S.

Patricia Daddona |

Connecticut was one of 10 states in the country hit hardest by the foreclosure crisis, according to a fresh report from property analytics firm CoreLogic.

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