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Hartford area's July home, condo sales higher

Gregory Seay |

The Hartford area’s house and condominium sales rose in July, Realtors said.

Report: Greater Hartford asking prices rise for business sales

Patricia Daddona |

The median asking price for 149 Greater Hartford businesses listed for sale in the second quarter climbed 25 percent compared to a year ago, on the tailwinds of a national trend, according to San...

Fewer Hartford area homeowners late paying mortgages in May

Patricia Daddona |

Fewer Hartford area homeowners were delinquent in paying their mortgages in May, paralleling the rest of Connecticut and the nation, CoreLogic reported Tuesday.

Downtown Hartford's Congress St. Apts. bring $3.2M

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The 65-unit Congress Street Apartments, a cluster of multi-family units on downtown Hartford's edge, sold recently for $3.2 million, brokers say.

Hartford tests condo demand in center-city housing push

Gregory Seay | 1

Downtown Hartford's housing inventory has gotten a big boost from the spate of office-to-apartment conversions. But there's one segment noticeably sidelined from the conversion spree —...

CT June home sales hit 11-year high as prices remain stagnant

Patricia Daddona | 1

Connecticut home and condo sales hit an 11-year high in June, according to the Warren Group, as sluggish home prices could be spurring buyer demand.

Hartford area home prices rise in tandem with national climb

Patricia Daddona |

Hartford area home prices continued their upward trend in June, but trailed stronger results nationally, according to CoreLogic.

20 CT towns share $11.5M for housing

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut's housing agency has awarded $11.5 million in grants to 20 communities -- five in the Hartford area to renovate affordable housing and develop related infrastructure.

Windsor bldg. collateral in Griffin’s $10.6M refi

Landlord Griffin Industrial Realty Inc. has refinanced a $10 million mortgage, using one of the warehouse-distribution buildings in its New England Tradeport as collateral.

Naming opportunity arises for The Gold’s next big tenant

One of the carrots “The Gold Building's” landlord is dangling to attract a high-profile tenant to the 43-year-old downtown Hartford skyscraper is the opportunity to hang the tenant's...

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