Also known as “The Constitution State,” Connecticut reaps the benefits of being both within earshot of major metropolitan hubs like New York City and Boston, as well as being a short drive from the ocean and mountains. Within its compact borders are Ivy League schools, modern expressways, small farmlands and large corporate office blocks that serve as hubs of innovation and commerce.
With a new home in Connecticut, you get more than just a close proximity to bustling cities, quaint towns, open space, top-tier education and great job opportunities. Living here allows you to take advantage of various state-specific homeownership benefits and incentives.
Average median property taxes paid on homes
Ranked 23rd lowest in US as of December, 2016
Average property taxes as a % of median income
The midway point of all homes sold at market price
The largest city in the state, settled on the Long Island Sound.
A charming New England city close to the New York metro area.
The capital city nicknamed the “Insurance Capital of the World.”
Home of that quintessential New England feel and vibrant lifestyle.
The “Brass Capital of the World,” rich in culture and quality of life.
A corporate-friendly community only 30 minutes from Manhattan.
A city famous for oyster farming in the New York metro area.
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