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Inventory, pricing drag May area home sales

Gregory Seay |

Hartford area sales of existing dwellings -- as well as inventory -- dropped in May just as the peak summer sales season opens, Realtors say.

54-unit W. Hartford apartment tower bows Thurs.

Gregory Seay |

West Hartford's newest apartment community, one with 54 units, debuts Thursday on New Park Avenue, next to the Elmwood CTfastrak station.

Green Bank extends renewable energy financing program to new construction

Matt Pilon |

The Connecticut Green Bank says it's opening up a renewable energy financing program for property owners to new construction.

S. Windsor PZC OKs 3 new commercial buildings

Katherine Eastman | JOURNAL INQUIRER |

South Windsor's Planning and Zoning Commission Tuesday unanimously approved the site plan to build three new commercial buildings totaling 32,000 square feet at 150 Sullivan Ave., with a minor...

CT home prices and job recovery lagging behind

JAMIE KASULIS | CT MIRROR |

Connecticut home prices continue to rise at a much slower rate than those across the rest of the nation, according to recent data from the Federal Housing Finance Agency.

Mandatory water sprinklers in new homes misguided policy

Greg Bordonaro |

There's been a fiery debate going on at the state legislature in recent years that has received little attention, up until recently, but could have a wide-ranging impact on the affordability of new...

Wm. Raveis buys shoreline broker Heritage

Gregory Seay |

Shelton's William Raveis Real Estate (WRRE), one of Connecticut's and the nation's largest realty brokerages with offices blanketing the Hartford region, has acquired a small brokerage on New London...

CT’s proposed townhome-sprinkler rule nixed

Gregory Seay |

A legislative review panel has turned down a proposed state building-code change that would have mandated newer townhomes be equipped with expensive but potentially life-saving automatic sprinklers.

Plainville industrial building sells for $335,000

Gregory Seay |

A 5,280-square-foot Plainville industrial building has sold for $335,000, brokers say.

CT’s April house sales, prices higher

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut's tally and median price for houses resold in April both rose, Boston publisher The Warren Group's fresh survey shows. Condo sales, prices were flat.

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