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Ann L’Altrella, a loan officer with Network Funding LP in Shelton, credited the 203(k) loan program with helping in the sale of older homes that are either stuck in an aesthetic time warp or are in need of more than cosmetic help.
A one-time marketing officer, Campbell switched careers 12 years ago and is now president of the state's mortgage broker trade group.
“I’ve been working in this neighborhood since 1990,” said Beinfield in an interview at the 1 Marshall St. office for his Beinfield Architecture PC.
Bradford Barneys pleaded guilty on Feb. 21 to one count of conspiracy to commit mail and wire a fraud.
David Martin's approach to running the city has generated positive results. Since his election in 2013, Stamford has maintained an AAA bond rating, and the fiscal year 2018 budget is projected to carry a $4.8 million surplus, with no planned cuts to the municipal workforce.
The new $38 million development is located adjacent to Stamford Hospital, and its 24,000-square-foot street level will be devoted to medical offices.
Timothy W. Burke, working under myriad of false personal and corporate identities, rented out the properties via Craigslist postings that incorrectly identified him as the homeowner.
During this period, the region experienced the highest level of first-quarter sales in 11 years and the first year-over-year increase in the median sales price in a year. However, the luxury housing market experienced some unpleasant statistics.
Since becoming Danbury’s mayor in 2001 and serving eight consecutive two-year terms, Mark Boughton said that the encouragement of business growth and development has been a key focus.
The city’s West Liberty Commons will receive the funds from the Connecticut Department of Housing to assist in the development of 18 apartments, including 14 affordable units.
The inventory of houses listed on the market is down 20 percent this year in Westchester, Rockland, Putnam and Orange counties.
Two state legislative bills to change a controversial affordable housing law will move to Connecticut's House of Representatives for a vote.