Connecticut Real Estate Today: What Attorneys Need To Know

Randy Vidal, founder of Vidal/Wettenstein in Westport, Connecticut.

Years ago, the real estate market in our state not only flourished but was successful on many different fronts: commercial as well as residential, urban as well as suburban. These days, it’s a bit of a different story—and one that attorneys in particular should pay attention to in terms of their unique needs.

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