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CT Realtors: Home sales up in February

The Connecticut Association of Realtors reported today that single-family home sales rose 9.1 percent in February, when compared to the same month last year. While the number of homes increased to
Real estate agents at Kelly Associates in Darien.

Darien’s Kelly Associates joins Houlihan Lawrence

Real estate firm Houlihan Lawrence announced this week that Kelly Associates Real Estate will join the firm as the company’s first independently-owned broker affiliate. Kelly Associates has been the

American Express leases space at First Stamford Place

American Express will move this summer from 400 Atlantic St. to First Stamford Place, a building owned and managed by Empire State Realty Trust, a REIT managed by the Malkin family. In a press release
Categories: Real Estate, Stamford

For ‘what it’s worth,’ the NYT discovers Greenwich’s Christopher Fountain

In case you missed it, the Times’ Business Day Section this weekend ran a profile of Greenwich’s gadfly and famed blogger and real estate broker, Christopher Fountain. Fountain’s blog For What It’s
Categories: Greenwich, Real Estate
Postmark Lobby

New “smoke-free” apartment complex opens in Harbor Point this week

Harbor Point, the sprawling $3.5 billion development in Stamford’s South End, is set to open a new rental building this Saturday. Dubbed “Postmark,” the building features 402 units that are said to

New Stamford downtown luxury rental tries to lure wine lovers

In Stamford, it’s hard to miss 75 Tresser, the new apartment building on one of the city’s most visible corners–the intersection of Washington and Tresser boulevards. Among veteran news reporters and

Yale’s Shiller among Nobel prize winners

Three American professors won the Nobel prize for economics Monday for shedding light on how stock, bond and house prices move over time— work that’s changed how people around the world invest, the
Categories: Economy, Real Estate

Home hunters rising

This is not a reference to a never before heard Door’s song, this is all about the real estate market and mortgages. But you can click the link to find the Door’s site and song LA Woman. The Mortgage

Going up: Mortgage rates hit highest levels in a year

The Mortgage Bankers Association said rates climbed to their highest levels in a year on expectations that the Fed is going to start tapering its asset buying program. The MBA noted that the economy

Single-family home prices moving out of reach for some

First timers might find it difficult to find an affordable single-family house in this market as prices accelerate at their fastest pace in 7 years nationally and were up 9.3 percent locally in the