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Concrete company sold

Eric Bedner | Journal Inquirer |

J.J. Mottes, the Stafford company linked to crumbling foundations, no longer operates at its Meadow Lane location, and its owners received at least hundreds of thousands of dollars through the sale...

CT home sales, prices up in March

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut home sales and median prices statewide rose in March, Realtors say.

Hartford area March home sales soft

Gregory Seay |

Greater Hartford house sales were flat in March but their median sale price rose, Realtors say.

UConn peddles W. Hfd. campus online

Gregory Seay |

UConn is using the internet to stir up potential buyers for its obsolete West Hartford campus amid the town's cloudy purchase commitment.

Qualidigm occupies its new Wethersfield HQ

Wethersfield healthcare consultant Qualidigm has relocated headquarters to a previously foreclosed office building in town it recently purchased for $2.1 million and renovated to support its rapidly...

Hartford reverses few property-assessment appeals

Gregory Seay |

The city of Hartford has wrapped up its hearings of this year's property-assessment appeals, with only 148 properties receiving lower assessed values following an Oct. 2016 revaluation that led to a...

$23M to 6 CT communities for housing

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut's housing agency is providing $23 million to develop more than 200 units of affordable housing to combat homelessness in Hartford, and five other communities, authorities say.

15 CT burgs get lead-abatement support

Gregory Seay |

Hartford, Enfield and New Britain are among 15 Connecticut communities whose residents are eligible for public funding to abate lead contaminants in their households, authorities say.

CT, Hartford area mortgage arrears improving

Patricia Daddona |

Home-mortgage payments in Connecticut and Greater Hartford are more current now than a year ago, but still lag the national average, a new CoreLogic sample shows.

CT 6th highest in U.S. for property tax rates

Patricia Daddona | 1

Connecticut ranks sixth in the country for high effective property tax rates, according to the latest report from property analytics firm ATTOM Data Solutions.

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