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The following cities have mortgage lenders in Connecticut:
  • New Milford
  • New Preston Marble Dale
  • Newington
  • Newtown
  • Niantic
  • Norfolk
  • North Branford
  • North Canton
  • North Franklin
  • North Granby
  • North Grosvenordale
  • North Haven
  • North Stonington
  • North Westchester
  • North Windham
  • Northfield
  • Northford
  • Norwalk
  • Norwich
  • Oakdale
  • Oakville
  • Old Greenwich
  • Old Lyme
  • Old Mystic
  • Old Saybrook
  • Oneco
  • Orange
  • Oxford
  • Pawcatuck
  • Pequabuck
  • Pine Meadow
  • Plainfield
  • Plainville
  • Plantsville
  • Plymouth
  • Pomfret
  • Pomfret Center
  • Poquonock
  • Portland
  • Preston
  • Prospect
  • Putnam
  • Quaker Hill
  • Quinebaug
  • Redding
  • Redding Center
  • Redding Ridge
  • Ridgefield
  • Riverside
  • Riverton
  • Rockfall
  • Rocky Hill
  • Rogers
  • Roxbury
  • Salem
  • Salisbury
  • Sandy Hook
  • Scotland
  • Seymour
  • Sharon
  • Shelton
  • Sherman
  • Simsbury
  • Somers
  • Somersville
  • South Britain
  • South Glastonbury
  • South Kent
  • South Lyme
  • South Willington
  • South Windham
  • South Windsor
  • South Woodstock
  • Southbury
  • Southington
  • Southport
  • Stafford
  • Stafford Springs
  • Staffordville
  • Stamford
  • Sterling
  • Stevenson
  • Stonington
  • Storrs Mansfield
  • Stratford
  • Suffield
  • Taconic
  • Taftville
  • Tariffville
  • Terryville
  • Thomaston
  • Thompson
  • Tolland
  • Torrington
  • Trumbull
  • Uncasville
  • Unionville
  • Vernon Rockville
  • Versailles
  • Voluntown
  • Wallingford
  • Washington
  • Washington Depot
  • Waterbury
  • Waterford
  • Watertown
  • Wauregan
  • Weatogue
  • West Cornwall
  • West Granby
  • West Hartford
  • West Hartland
  • West Haven
  • West Mystic
  • West Simsbury
  • West Suffield
  • Westbrook
  • Weston
  • Westport
  • Wethersfield
  • Willimantic
  • Willington
  • Wilton
  • Winchester Center
  • Windham
  • Windsor
  • Windsor Locks
  • Winsted
  • Wolcott
  • Woodbridge
  • Woodbury
  • Woodstock
  • Woodstock Valley
  • Yantic

  • Connecticut was named Quinnehtukqut by the Native Americans for the "great tidal river" that splits it in two before spilling out into the Long Island Sound and washing the old whaling ports of the coast. This small and densely populated state is a sort of conservative, high-rent suburb of New York City, enabling commuters to earn Big Apple salaries while avoiding New York state and city taxes. Its first white settlers arrived in the 1630s: refugees from Massachusetts seeking liberty, good farmland and trading opportunities. Connecticut soon became a center for " Yankee ingenuity ," prospering through the invention and marketing (often by the notorious and not always honorable Yankee peddlers) of many a useful little household object. Although hit very badly by English raids in the Revolutionary War, its role in providing the war effort with crucial supplies made it known as "the provisions state ." After the war, the original charter of Connecticut's first colonists was used as a model for the American Constitution and gave rise to another nickname: "the Constitution state ." It continued to prosper during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, with steady industrialization and lucrative whaling along the southeastern coast. Today, much of the old industry, especially in the north, has withered away, leaving areas of green countryside, untroubled by noisy interstates, many verdant forests and the idyllic rural villages that typify New England's PR image - but also unemployment and poverty. New Haven in particular, home to Yale University, faces distinctly urban problems like drug wars, homelessness and violent crime, which belie New England's myth of rural tranquility.

    Connecticut is ranked 48 in terms of land mass with only 5,544 square miles. The capital city of this state is Hartford. According to the last census the median household income for this state was about $54,000, this was well above the national average.

    Due to the scarcity of land in Connecticut housing can get very expensive, the most expensive region to live in this state is Greenwich. The average home in this area sells for well over one million dollars. Our list of cities will take you to a list of Connecticut mortgage lenders who are skilled in their area of expertise. We would like to encourage you to contact more than one mortgage lender concerning your Connecticut home loan, because we have lenders of all different types and contacting many of them will help you to receive the best rate possible.

    Our directory currently includes lenders in the following Connecticut cities:

    , Glastonbury , Stamford , Wallingford ,

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