The single-family housing market in Connecticut and in New Haven County saw double-digit percentage increases last month compared to March 2015, but failed to see similar growth in median home prices. The trade group Connecticut Realtors reported a 15.1% increase in single-family home sales in March.
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 single-family home on Adam Road in New Canaan for sale by William Raveis. Single-family home sales in Connecticut saw a bump during the month of June, according to a new report from The Warren Group.
One of the plethora of new procedures enacted in the 2016 General Assembly's legislative session is a concept which is being dubbed a "judgment of loss mitigation." The procedure seems straightforward at first a lender can seek to have the Court approve a modification of a mortgage loan and sanction the mortgagee's priority over any other encumbrances of record or it can approve a conveyance of all interest of the mortgagor to the mortgagee within the new statutory structure.
According to the CoreLogic U.S. Home Price Insights Report, home prices, including distressed sales, are up 1.3 percent month-over-month, and up 5.9 percent year-over-year. CoreLogic predicts that June's home prices, including distressed sales, will rise 0.8 percent month-over-month and 5.3 percent year-over-year.
The Connecticut Housing Finance Authority intends to offer up to $63 million in fixed-rate bonds on Tuesday and $23 million as variable rate on July 13. Both offerings are tax-exempt. Proceeds will finance four affordable multifamily rental developments: Kensington Square I in New Haven, Pine Tree Apartments in Fairfield, The Lofts at Ponemah Mills in Norwich and Zbikowski Park in Bristol.