News of job cuts at ESPN, General Electric moving its headquarters out of state, and retirees moving to Florida have many wondering about the status of the Connecticut real estate market. Some realtors have complained about the lack of highly paid people moving into Connecticut, and they are concerned about a potential increase in a tax that could impact their livelihood and customers, too.
Sunday on Face the State we discuseds all of that with Adam Clemens of Century 21 Clemens and Sons of Rocky Hill, West Hartford and Glastonbury. We also asked him what happens to Hartford homeowners and buyers if the city declared bankrupcty.
Watch his answers here: http://www.wfsb.com/clip/13368553/face-the-state-cts-real-estate-industry
Also on the program, we talked about state worker union concessions with insurance broker Jonathan Schulman. That interview is here: http://www.wfsb.com/clip/13368549/face-the-state-insurance-plans
Rounding out the Sunday agenda, we talked with author and journalist Lennie Grimaldi about his new book, “Connecticut Characters,” in which he writes about Nutmeggers like John Rowland, Joe Ganim and his Connecticut experience working for Donald Trump. It’s a fascinating conversation.
One of those characters, Exorcist actress Linda Blair, who grew up in Westport and had a run-in with the law.
Watch our Grimaldi chat right here: http://www.wfsb.com/clip/13368560/face-the-state-connecticut-characters
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