WALLINGFORD, CONNECTICUT, USA, January 20, 2016 / EINPresswire.com / -- FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wallingford Area Real Estate Professionals Pay It Forward with Heroes Home Advantage January 20, 2016 - Wallingford, CT - Heroes Home Advantage proudly announces that real estate agents Pat Harriman, Mark Poulin, Jane Hueslman, Christine Zygmont-Ross, Stacey McPherson, Emilia Menna-Erdmann, and Megan Foggitt of Harriman Real Estate in New Haven County, CT have renewed their commitment to giving back to their local Heroes for a second year.
Regional Properties, serving New Haven County since 2005, is proud to announce REALTORA Sherri Lepper has joined their Orange office. She is serving property buyers and sellers in New Haven and Fairfield counties.
A home is on foreclosure at 20 Thistle Lane, in Greenwich, Conn., Thursday, April 11, 2013. The California-based foreclosure marketplace, is tracking a 52 percent jump in foreclosure activity in Fairfield County compared to last month, bucking a national rate that fell 23 percent.
Halstead Property has released its Connecticut Second Quarter 2011 Market Report for single family home sales. Compiled with data pulled from MLS records, the Report shows that sales have increased in many Fairfield County towns over the same time last year, showing a renewed confidence among buyers.
Home loan giant HSBC has reached a $470 million settlement with Connecticut, 48 other states, the District of Columbia and federal regulators over servicing and foreclosure abuses during the mortgage crisis. The settlement calls for direct payments to Connecticut borrowers who experienced past foreclosure abuses, plus loan modifications and other relief for borrowers with HSBC mortgages or servicing.
A Milford attorney from the Norwalk, Greenwich and Trumbull-based law firm Goldman, Gruder & Woods, LLC, has been named to Connecticut Super Lawyers for 2015. At his firm, Woods chairs the litigation practice and focuses on creditor's rights, employment, planning and zoning, tax appeals, construction law , land disputes, contract litigation, evictions and foreclosures.
If you could draw Connecticut as a person, she might look like an aging aristocrat, shabby but still trying to look posh in her tatty fur coat and grandmother's pearls, unwilling to accept that the fortune's all been spent. If this is the 2015 version of Connecticut, let's reinvent ourselves in 2016.
A former University of Connecticut student has found a niche market in the ride-booking business, catering to drunk college students who want to get to and from parties and bars on weekends.... WASHINGTON - Hillary Clinton announced Tuesday a $2 billion annual effort to cure Alzheimer's disease by 2025 as part of her broader healthcare strategy in the 2016 presidential election. The... SAN FRANCISCO - Some things in San Francisco never change.