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Fewer Hartford area homeowners late paying mortgages in Sept.

Patricia Daddona |

Fewer homeowners were delinquent in paying their mortgages in September and the foreclosure rate was lower, according to the latest data from CoreLogic.

Bidders, vision emerge for development around Dunkin' Donuts Park

Gregory Seay | 1

The New York landlord of downtown Hartford's Stilts Building and 100 Pearl Street office skyscrapers wants to reinvigorate “desert” acreage around Dunkin' Donuts Park into a viable...

Report: CT Oct. house sales, prices rise

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut homes sales and prices rose to post their best October showing in a decade, a fresh survey says.

Analysis: Fewer Harford area homes under water in 3Q

Patricia Daddona |

Fewer Hartford homeowners owed more on their mortgages than their homes were worth in the third quarter, according to CoreLogic.

Downtown's 750 Main sold at $4.3M

Gregory Seay | 1

The New York operator of flexible office space in the Northeast has acquired downtown Hartford's historic 750 Main St. office tower for $4.3 million, authorities say.

Downtown’s expanding retail scene awaits a sales, traffic uptick

Gregory Seay |

Anticipation for a sales boost was palpable among many of downtown Hartford's owner-operators of shops, restaurants and service providers prior to the debut of UConn's relocated campus to Front...

Sale of Hartford area apt. trio brings $6.75M

Gregory Seay |

A portfolio of three apartments in Hartford and New Britain recently sold for a combined $6.75 million, brokers said.

Hartford’s high taxes chase e-commerce vendor to suburbs

Gregory Seay |

While the Hartford-East Hartford region is in the running for a second headquarters for one of the world's largest online consumer-goods retailers, Hartford's oldest and largest e-commerce vendor of...

Q&A with Holly Callanan, incoming CEO, Greater Hartford Association of Realtors

John Stearns |

You won't see Holly Callanan showing houses, but she will be representing a lot of people who do when she takes over Dec. 11 as the new CEO of the Greater Hartford Association of Realtors (GHAR).

Realtors say value of CT homes would drop under tax bills

ANA RADELAT | CT MIRROR |

The nation's Realtors say Connecticut homeowners may lose as much as 10 percent of the value of the equity in their homes – and maybe more – if Congress approves a GOP overhaul of the...

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