Realtor Day at the Capitol

May 1, 2015

Connecticut Realtors at the state Legislative Office Building in Hartford this week.

Hartford, CT – Senator Paul Formica (R-East Lyme) met with local New London County realtors during their annual CT REALTORS® Day at the State Capitol. On Realtor Day, realtors from all over the state come together to meet with State Senators and Representatives to share their views and opinions on the issues that affect their business.

Members of CT REALTORS® who spoke with Sen. Formica expressed deep concern that the current economic climate in Connecticut, and in particular, high taxes, is forcing people to sell their homes and leave this state, taking with them, their tax dollars and discretionary income which contributes to and invests in our state’s economy.

CT REALTORS® was organized in 1920 to protect the rights of property ownership and elevate the standards of real estate practice. Their public advocacy includes working with state and federal lawmakers to protect the rights of real estate owners, and improving the business climate for their more than 15,600 members statewide.