Wilton Real Estate Report (July 22-29, 2022): 2 Commercial and 14 Residential Properties Change Hands

Wilton Real Estate Report (July 22-29, 2022): 2 Commercial and 14 Residential Properties Change Hands

Each week the Wilton Town Clerk’s office releases data for the prior week’s real estate transactions. For the one-week period from July 22-28, 2022, Town Clerk Lori Kaback reported a stunning 16 property transfers. Two of those properties were commercial properties, including 12 Godfrey Place in Wilton Center and 213 Danbury Rd. 12 Godfrey Place The property was

ISFD 3rd Annual Innovation + Design Deadline Extended to July 10th

ISFD 3rd Annual Innovation + Design Deadline Extended to July 10th

Furniture World News Desk on 6/27/2022 The International Society of Furniture Designers (ISFD) is extending the entry deadline for their INNOVATION + DESIGN 2022 competition and exhibition to July 10th. This furniture industry sponsored juried competition is designed to acknowledge professional designers who make their own product and the next

Building permits, July 3, 2022 | Entrepreneurs

Building permits, July 3, 2022 | Entrepreneurs

Listed are permits for all new single-family and multi-family residences as well as commercial and industrial work and residential remodeling costing over $25,000. Permits are listed by applicant, description, site and cost. Champaign Timbercreek Developers, James Walder, new single-family dwelling at 1704 Mullikin Drive, $999,000. Mike Martin Builders, LLC, Jennifer Parastaran, pool house at 57

July 4th decorations: 10 best ideas for a fun and festive holiday

July 4th decorations: 10 best ideas for a fun and festive holiday

If you’re looking for July 4th decorations, whether ideas for a barbecue you’re hosting, for a family party or if you just want to infuse your everyday decor with a dose of the stars and stripes, start here. The Fourth of July marks America’s birthday and the the peak of the summer season, so it

July Home Sales up 1% as Prices Reach Unprecedented Levels | Business News

July Home Sales up 1% as Prices Reach Unprecedented Levels | Business News

By MARTIN CRUTSINGER, AP Economics Writer WASHINGTON (AP) — Sales of new homes rose a modest 1% in July after a string of declines as new home prices soar to record levels. Sales last month reached a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 708,000, the Commerce Department reported Tuesday. Sales had fallen in April, May and

The Sims 4 July 20 update adds Notebook, Water tool, Pond Effects, more: patch notes

The Sims 4 July 20 update adds Notebook, Water tool, Pond Effects, more: patch notes

Maxis are retooling some of the base features in The Sims 4 July 20 patch notes to streamline features like the Notebook, Calendar, new features like the Water Tool, along with plenty of bug fixes. The Summer of Sims is rolling on with a new update that should make numerous quality of life updates to

Kelly Clarkson spends Fourth of July holiday moving furniture as she settles into her new home

Kelly Clarkson spends Fourth of July holiday moving furniture as she settles into her new home

Kelly Clarkson spent the holiday weekend taking care of business as she continues to settle into her new $5.44million Los Angeles mansion. The 39-year-old country star-turned-TV host was spotted moving furniture items and boxes in LA on Monday while most Americans recovered from a night of Fourth of July festivities.   The singer was joined by

July real estate housing trends

July real estate housing trends

Check out what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com. The U.S. housing market is still not “buyer friendly” although, after a whirlwind year, it’s finally heading in that direction, according to industry experts.  According to Realtor.com chief economist Danielle Hale, the July housing market is still “demanding quick decisions and top dollar” from buyers.  However, Hale projects that

July Fourth Party Tips for New Homebuyers Who Have Space to Entertain

July Fourth Party Tips for New Homebuyers Who Have Space to Entertain

The COVID-19 pandemic saw many homebuyers prioritizing square footage and outdoor space like never before. Some folks left the tight confines of the city for wide-open floor plans, while others refused to even look at a house that didn’t have an expansive backyard. More space means more room to entertain, and if you’re a new