2018 – What’s In Store For CT Landlords?

As the New Year begins, we are clearly staring at crossroads here in Connecticut for many issues and not just those that impact property owners.

In a couple of weeks the Legislative Session begins and some items that will be discussed are a Statewide Property Maintenance Code and Lead Paint and Healthy Homes as CTPOA has been in meetings over the past year with advocates and agencies on these topics.

For 2018, the most important issue impacting landlords is the election in November that is truly going to make or break us. Connecticut property owners must step up and work with their tenants to vote some policy makes out of office.

It was recently disclosed that Connecticut lost 40 of the biggest 150 tax-payers in the past couple of years and what is replacing these high-earning individuals are refugees and other people moving into our State that will be dependent on government entitlement programs…so much is at stake and the numbers don’t add up!

What lies ahead is unknown but 2017 ended on a happy note because….



The room was full of happy people

The Prime Rib was fabulous

The entrees were delicious

The Pasta station was a hit

Justin Meadows of TenantTracks in the Holiday Spirit enjoying the open bar

L to R…Housing Chair, State Rep. Larry Butler, CTPOA Pres. Bob DeCosmo, along with Tim Herbst, Republican Candidate for CT Governor

L to R, Sen. George Logan, Bob Stauffer and Tim Herbst

Matt & Eric from Premier Real Estate Consultants In Hartford

Frank & Sal from Pinnacle Development in New Britain

Lin Yang….stealing the show as usual

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