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Connecticut Home Prices Rise Slightly in 2017


Connecticut home prices rose modestly in 2017, but still remain well below the most recent peak a decade ago, Hartford Courant staffer Kenneth R. Gosselin reports. According to a new report from The Warren Group, which tracks real estate trends in New ...


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