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CT’s March used-home prices hit 5-yr high

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut's used homes and condos posted their biggest median-price leap in five years in March amid a decline in sales, a housing-market tracker says.

No relief for Hartford commercial taxpayers

Greg Bordonaro |

For anyone who thinks Hartford commercial taxpayers will get relief now that the city is on sturdier financial ground, think again.

CT's U.S. senators push crumbling-foundation aid

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut's two U.S. senators say they have introduced federal legislation to aid homeowners and small-business owners in this and other states with fixing their crumbling foundations.

Study: Lenders reject 9% of CT loan applications

Joe Cooper |

Mortgage lenders rejected 9 percent of loan applications in recent years from Greater Hartford borrowers, which is the nation's 10th worst denial rate, according to a recent study.

Inspector General investigating Interior’s handling of CT tribes’ casino issue

ANA RADELAT | CT MIRROR |

The Interior Department’s official watchdog on Monday confirmed it is investigating why the agency rebuffed a request by Connecticut tribes to approve changes to its gaming compact needed to...

Malloy nominates 72 ‘Opportunity Zones’ for development program

Joe Cooper |

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's administration recently nominated 72 low-income zones in 27 municipalities across Connecticut for a federal community development program.

Suburban Hartford apartments sprout along I-91 corridor

Gregory Seay |

Housing developer-landlord Roberto Arista struck gold converting a pair of derelict Hartford commercial buildings, 179 Allyn St. downtown and the former Hartford Office Supply in the shadow of the...

For $2.1M more, Sky Management expands its CT holdings

Gregory Seay |

An East Coast realty investor has deepened its Connecticut holdings with its $2.05 million purchase of four industrial buildings totaling 210,000 square feet on West Johnson Avenue in Cheshire.

Townhome-sprinkler rule has builders feeling hosed

Gregory Seay |

New townhouses built in Connecticut could become more expensive — and safer in a fire — if the state co-signs a recently embraced building standard requiring installation of sprinkler...

Area home sales, prices up in March

Gregory Seay |

Hartford area home sales rose, along with median prices, in March, Realtors say.

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