housing

State of Disparity
3:17 pm
Fri January 9, 2015

A Cold Night For New Haven's Homeless, And Those Who Serve Them

The New Haven Green around sunset, Jan. 7, 2015.
Credit Davis Dunavin / WSHU

Wednesday night was the coldest night of the winter so far in the region, with temperatures dropping to the single digits and wind chills of nearly 20 degrees below zero. In cities like New Haven, this can mean tough times for the homeless, like Jose, a 44-year-old man born and raised in New Haven’s Fairhaven neighborhood.

“Some people could adapt. Some can’t. I adapt,” says Jose as he looks across the green. He’s standing outside the New Haven Free Public Library, and snow has just begun to fall. It won’t last for long - only a quick flurry - but the real cold is still coming.

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Real Estate
9:43 pm
Wed April 23, 2014

Big-time home sales stoking Northeast real estate market

The housing market is trying to regain its footing, yet sales have slipped in much of the country. One exception is in Connecticut, where sales – especially of expensive homes – are doing well. We look at one history-making sale in Greenwich, Connecticut that's setting the tone for springtime homesellers. 

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Housing
12:46 pm
Thu January 2, 2014

Connecticut Plagued by a Soaring Foreclosure Rate

Stratford resident Holly House attends a clinic to prevent foreclosure sponsored by fair housing advocates in Bridgeport, Conn. last month.
Credit Kaomi Goetz

Last month, foreclosure filings sunk to the lowest number since the housing crisis began eight years ago. Home prices are up nationwide. But the recovery isn’t being felt everywhere. In fact, in some states like Connecticut, foreclosures are soaring.   

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