New Haven Legal Blog

Foreclosure by Market Sale – Connecticut’s New Foreclosure Option

18
November
2014

Connecticut has passed a new law, An Act Concerning an Optional Method of Foreclosure ( the ”Act”), effective as of January 1, 2015, providing another option in foreclosure cases, in addition to the traditional standard remedies of strict foreclosure and foreclosure by sale. The new remedy is Foreclosure By Market Sale. There are important points […]

Posted in Foreclosures, Real Estate |

Are We Finally Returning to a Normal Real Estate Market?

30
March
2014

In case you haven’t been paying attention, the real estate market in recent years has been tumultuous at best. Market downturns, foreclosure spikes, short-sale increases, builders unable to return to work, brief housing market boosts and declines, etc. It has been a rollercoaster of uncertainty, but there is good news on the horizon. The main […]

Posted in Real Estate |

Real Estate Transfer Turned Fraud Becomes 3 Years in Prison for Connecticut Man

23
March
2014

When it comes to the transfer of real estate, there are quite a few very specific laws and regulations, and as one Connecticut man recently found out, the punishments for violating those laws can be severe. According to sources, Daniel E. Carpenter, 59 year old resident of Simsbury, Connecticut, was recently sentenced to 3 years […]

Posted in Real Estate |

Foreclosures High in Connecticut for January

09
March
2014

News reports from all across the country have been figuratively filled with good economic news. The number of jobs is up, the stock markets are doing well, home builders are getting back to work, and unemployment seems to be dropping. Unfortunately, the numbers for Connecticut in January are less optimistic. According to a report released […]

Posted in Real Estate |