Commuting from North Branford: What to Expect

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

 One thing potential North Branford residents want to know about is what their daily commute will look like.  The average commute for people living in the area is 24 minutes. That’s actually better than the average commute time in the United States (which is 26 minutes). Of course, your specific commute will depend on where your workplace is. Here is a look at some of the common commutes from North Branford.

Read More

Tags: CT Home Building, Living in Connecticut, Communities in Connecticut

Your Guide to Living in North Branford

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

History

North Branford has a rich and long history, and there are a couple of different ways to get a “hands-on” feel for what life was like in the area in the past.

Read More

Tags: CT Home Building, Living in Connecticut, Communities in Connecticut

2018 Tax Breaks for Connecticut Homeowners

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

The holidays are over and if you’re like a lot of Connecticut residents there is a niggling in the back of your mind that you had better get started organizing your papers for tax season. This annual activity may not be high on your “Top 10 Fun Things to Do in the New Year,” but it’s good to be prepared. So if you bought a new home in CT this last year, are there still some tax benefits that go with that. As builders, we don’t give out tax advice, but there are some 2018 tax breaks for CT Homeowners that you might want to check out.

Read More

Tags: CT Home Building, Middletown, Homeowner Tips, Living in Connecticut, Home Building Cost

Connecticut’s Economic Upturn—and What It Means for Homebuyers

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

For those of us fortunate enough to live here, it’s been hard to escape the good news about Connecticut’s economic upturn.

Read More

Tags: Living in Connecticut

7 Advantages of Living in Connecticut

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

There is a lot to love about the great state of Connecticut. It’s not surprising that patch.com recently reported that 24/7 Wall St. ranked the Nutmeg State as the third best place to live in the entire country! That ranking is based largely on socioeconomic factors such as the state's low unemployment rate, it's low poverty rate, and its overall health (Connecticut boasts a life expectancy of more than 80 years).

Read More

Tags: Living in Connecticut, Building a Custom Home

free-custom-home-guide-cta-rect

Most Popular Posts