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Vaccinations, the economy and federal failures featured in NY State of...

https://youtu.be/WaCVETKTtf8 Progress made combating Covid-19 in New York, plans to beat down the virus in the future and sharp criticism of the Trump Administration were...

CT Comptroller Lembo projects FY2021 deficit of $615.2M

Lembo credited the state's housing market for helping the local economy.

Suite Talk: Mary Stetson, founder and owner, Stetson Real Estate

"Starting your own business is not for the faint of heart," said Stetson.

Final phase of Stamford’s Metro Green Residential project completed

Metro Green Court consists of 27 one- and two-bedroom and loft-style market rate rental apartment homes.

Housing Authority of the Town of Greenwich is now Greenwich Communities

Town officials also provided updates on the Armstrong Court and Greenwich Close projects.

Lamont’s Housing/TOD coordinator Lisa Tepper Bates exiting to take helm of...

Bates’ resume includes serving in the U.S. State Department from 1992 to 2002, including as a Special Assistant for Europe to the Undersecretary of State, and a two-year stint as Director for Southeastern Europe at the White House National Security Council.

Survey: Most buyers will go over budget in pursuing their dream...

Three-quarters of millennials are willing to jettison their original homebuying budgets.

Fairfield County ranks low in Best Places to Buy a House...

Old Greenwich topped the Best Places to Raise a Family in Connecticut list.

Fairfield County home prices soar in second quarter

Greenwich recorded the highest average second quarter sales price for a single-family home at $2.7 million.

Survey: Majority of home sellers willing to accept lower offers

78% of millennials said they would consider a price cut.

Google updates policy to prevent discrimination in housing, job and credit...

Google's action comes in the aftermath of a federal lawsuit aimed at Facebook's advertising policies.

Phase 1 of Greenwich’s Armstrong Court to be unveiled

The existing Armstrong Court buildings were constructed in 1951.

Will the COVID-19 pandemic fuel more suburban home sales?

"During a crisis like this, you've got to play offense and defense," said Realogy Franchise Group's John Peyton.

Douglas Elliman report shows Q1 pre-pandemic housing strength in Westchester

The county's median sales price for luxury housing was up 6.2% from the previous year.

Suite Talk: Joanne Breen, 2020 president of Connecticut Realtors

Breen noticed a new wave of young professionals going into the real estate field directly out of college.