The Connecticut Open Communities Alliance is committed to breaking down barriers to housing access that contribute to economic inequity. Erin Boggs leads the Hartford-based organization, which filed a lawsuit in August alleging that the town of Woodbridge’s zoning violates the Connecticut Fair Housing Act and state Constitution.
A new 203-unit apartment complex in New London’s Fort Trumbull neighborhood is set to begin pre-leasing this winter as construction crews marked a milestone in construction at a recent topping-off ceremony.
Most homebuyers spend about as much time researching their next television purchase as they do their mortgage lender, compounding mortgage lenders’ struggles standing out from their competitors.
A suspect in more than a dozen bank and credit union robberies in several New England states near the Interstate 91 corridor was arrested yesterday in connection with one of the robberies.
The average long-term U.S. mortgage rate ticked down for the third week in a row and have fallen more than a half-point since hitting a 20-year high less than a month ago.
Indus, a New York City-based real estate investment trust with major investments in and around central Connecticut, is being eyed for purchase by one of its investors.
Middletown-based Liberty Bank has invested $2.5 million in a pool of funds to finance community-based solar projects across the United States.
The Federal Reserve will push rates higher than previously expected and keep them there for an extended period, Chair Jerome Powell said Wednesday, and economic data reported Thursday suggests the Fed will have little reason to pull back soon.