Hartford Real Estate News
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Thursday Jan 19 | via The Hartford Courant
Home sale prices in Greater Hartford rose for the first time in three years in 2016, a new report Wednesday shows, a sign of upward momentum leading into this year for a state that has struggled to recover from the last housing recession. In 2016, the median sale price of a single-family house in Greater Hartford rose 4.25 percent, to $221,000, from $212,000 in 2015, according to the Greater Hartford Association of Realtors, which tracks a 57-town from Enfield south to Middletown. Comment?
Thursday Jan 19 | via The Hartford Courant
The city's grand list of taxable property is expected to soar, climbing as much as 8 to 10 percent, a boon for Hartford not seen in at least two decades, city leaders said Wednesday. Estimates show that Hartford's $3.79 billion grand list could grow by $370 million when numbers are tallied at the end of the month. Comment?
Thursday Jan 5 | via National Mortgage News
A second report on Connecticut's home sale market in November provided further evidence that the state may see its first annual price increase since 2013. The median sale price of a single-family house rose 3.9%, to $238,000 in November, compared with $229,000 for the same month a year ago, according to the report Wednesday from The Warren Group. Comment?
Nov 3, 2016 | via National Mortgage News
Home sales in Connecticut dipped in September after months of year-over-year increases, but prices registered a gain, a new report Wednesday shows. The median sale price of a single-family house rose 2.3 percent in September, to $250,000, compared with $244,400 for the same month a year ago, according to The Warren Group, which tracks real estate trends in New England and publishes The Commercial Record. Comment?
Oct 15, 2016 | via WHNT-TV Huntsville
New data shows that property buyers could get better deals by completing transactions during fall and winter than over the summer. Although it might be more convenient to close real estate deals before school starts, a recent study shows this usually costs more. Comment?
Thursday Jan 19 | via The Wichita Eagle
With its high cost of living and proximity to New York City, young people across southwestern Connecticut say they're feeling the economic pressures prompting them to live with their parents. Many say they have plans to cut out on their own, but the future is uncertain. Comment?
Wednesday Jan 18 | via Ctnewsjunkie.com
Connecticut's economy is slowly regaining confidence or its gotten lucky with collecting one-time revenue and business taxes. That's the two interpretations of the latest revenue projections from state budget analysts. Comment?
Wednesday Jan 4 | via Darien News-Review
A house for sale on the westside area of Danbury in this 2015 file photo. Home sales in Connecticut rose in 2016 compared to 2015. Comment?
Monday Jan 2 | via Ctnewsjunkie.com
A task force charged with improving access to legal assistance to the state's poorer residents has come up with a litany of recommendations to address the problem - and some suggestions on how to pay for their initiatives. In the judicial system low-income residents who are accused of committing a crime are able to receive the assistance of a public defender, but if a poor resident is unable to get an attorney to take their civil matter on a contingency fee, then they are generally unable to pursue their claims. Comment?
Thursday Dec 29 | via The Washington Post
The world's largest trading floor is just up the street from the train station in Stamford, Connecticut. It was built in the mid-1990s for Swiss Bank Corp., and now covers 103,000 square feet. Comment?
8 min ago | via AmericanBankingNews.com
According to Zacks, "Airgain, Inc. is a provider of embedded antenna technologies. It offers antennas for the devices which are deployed in carrier, enterprise and residential wireless networks and systems, including set top boxes, access points, routers, gateways, media adapters and digital televisions. Comment?
18 min ago | via Deseret News
My wife and I owe $90,000 on our mortgage, and we have no other debt. We are able to save about $20,000 a year, so we could have the house paid off in just over four years. Comment?
16 min ago | via World News Report
TruStone Financial Federal Credit Union is pleased to announce that its TruPartner Network Team has expanded to the Illinois lending market. The TruPartner Network Team offers competitive products such as second mortgages, bridge loans and consumer loans that supplement those available in the traditional mortgage market. Comment?
18 min ago | via Daily Mail
Anthanasia 'Nasia' Moncrief, 28, got into an argument early Saturday morning with Richard Spadel, 32, who rented a room in her house on the 4300 block of Boone Street in the Manayunk neighborhood of Philadelphia, according to Philly.com . The pair's argument apparently escalated into shoving and pushing and then Moncrief allegedly retrieved a gun and shot her tenant in the back, said police. Comment?
Saturday Jan 14 | via Milwaukee Courier Online
It smells like a shady, one-dollar-bill home sale, and the stench of fiscal irresponsibility is coming straight from City Hall. You know the back story. Comment?
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