housing

Jeff Chiu / AP

A hundred thousand Connecticut homeowners and more than 170,000 tenants are at risk of missing mortgage or rent payments because of job losses related to COVID-19. That’s according to an analysis by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.

Elaine Thompson / AP

Some New Yorkers fled the busy streets of Manhattan and Brooklyn at the start of the pandemic in March. They chose to social distance themselves in vacation homes and rentals in the Hamptons and western Connecticut.

Jeff Roberson / AP

Connecticut has the potential to add a lot of new housing this year. Advocates say now is the time for the state to make sure a good portion of it is affordable.

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2019 was the best year Connecticut had in nearly a decade for building up its housing stock, but it could be the last for a while. 

John Minchillo / AP

Governor Andrew Cuomo has extended a ban on evictions through August 20th to protect renters in New York who have lost their jobs or been furloughed due to the coronavirus shutdown.

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