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Connecticut single family home sales off slightly in November

Condominium sales in Connecticut were hot in November while the market for single-family homes was not, according to data released Wednesday by a real estate industry trade group. The Connecticut Realtors group reported that sales of condominiums in the ...

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By Luther Turmelle Updated 10:48 pm, Wednesday, December 20, 2017 17, 2017, file photo shows a home for sale in Fort Washington, Pa2017's turbulent politics, natural disasters and more should play out in the housing market in 2018, said Ralph McLaughlin, chief economist for housing website TruliaThere will be less enthusiasm for home buying and more enthusiasm for selling, according to McLaughlinPhoto: Matt Rourke, AP /

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