Connecticut is a rather populated state. If you are going to find out or check out someone, it is necessary to use special service. White Pages is a service, which can give you the necessary information absolutely free. It is possible to search by name, phone number, zip code or address. If there are several individuals in the report, you should read the bio to find out the necessary person.

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White Pages have a clear interface, there is no need to spend a lot of time to understand how to use it. There is a premium account too. If you pay some money, you will get a phone number and run a background check to get ahold of criminal records, bankruptcies, marriage and divorce history, liens against them, and more.

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  • real estate transactions and deeds;

  • census bureau data.

Notable People from Connecticut Notable Work/Position
George W. Bush 43rd President of the United States
Seth MacFarlene Creator of Family Guy, The Orville, and TED
J.P. Morgan Prestigious & influential financier & banker
Harriet Beecher Stowe Author, famous for Uncle Tom's Cabin
Eli Whitney Inventor of the cotton gin
Jackie Robinson Baseball player and advocate of the Civil Rights Movement
Mark Twain Author, notably The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Meryl Streep Actor with the world record number of academy awards

Searching for Someone in Connecticut

According to the data, Connecticut is the 29th most populated US state. There are over 3.5 million people and about 1.3 million households. The average household size is 2.53 members. If you need to find someone, it is better to use White Pages. It can give you the necessary data absolutely free. But if you need the detailed information, it is necessary to purchase a premium account.

The predominant race in Connecticut is white, making up 77.6% of the state's population. The average age is 37.4 and it is increasing. 51.6% of the population is women. Bridgeport is the most popular city of Connecticut. There are over 145,000 residents.

Persons below 24 make up 12.5% of the Connecticut population. Yale University is in New Haven, Connecticut. It is in the Ivy League schools of the US. It could take the 3rd place in the list of the best US schools in 2016.

 

Top 3 Schools City # of Graduates Graduation Rate Acceptance Rate Most Popular Degrees
University of Connecticut Tolland County 8,452 82.2% 48.8% General Psychology
Yale University New Haven County 4,478 97.8% 6.32% General Economics
Central Connecticut State University Hartford 2,707 53.7% 60% Criminology

Connecticut Real Estate

There are some reasons to use White Pages if you are going to move to Connecticut:

  • to know more about neighbors;

  • to check out owner;

  • to read about fires;

  • to know about barriers for deals.

CityAvg. Home ValueAvg. Household Income
Stamford$516,000$84,893
Norwalk$421,900$81,546
West Hartford$326,000$95,298

The service is free. So, spend some time to know more about the district, where you will live.

The housing market of Connecticut strongly increased in 2019. Moreover, the price is still rising, that’s why it is a good idea to invest in the property of the state. The average home value is $244,000 with the median price per square foot at $176. As for the rent, it is higher than the national rate. It is possible to rent a house for $1,800. The average listing price for homes statewide is $325,000, but you can decrease it for 25%-30% while negotiating with the property owner.

The most expensive property is in Stamford, Connecticut. The average home value was $516,000 in 2017.

Connecticut Facts

  • Official Name: Connecticut

  • Name Meaning: Derived from the Native American tribes’ word quinetucket which means "upon the long tidal river."

  • Nickname: The Constitution State

  • Constitution Ratified: 1776

  • Statehood: January 9, 1788 (5th State)

  • Capital: Hartford (former co-capital, New Haven)

  • Total Number of Counties: 8

  • Largest City: Bridgeport

  • Largest County (by population): Fairfield

  • Population (as of 2018): 3.573 million

  • History: Connecticut is one of 13 origin colonies. Many people called it as a New England. So, most of the explorers were from the Nation. It was an agricultural state in the beginning, but people could understand that manufacturing can bring more benefits. As a result, Connecticut started to produce the cotton gin and colt revolver. The state is rather small. It is 110 miles of length and 70 miles of width.

  • Just Connecticut and Rhode Island didn’t ratify the 18th Amendment (which prohibited the manufacture, sale, and transportation of alcohol).

  • Litchfield Law School was the first US law school.

  • Connecticut is the home or the first insurance company (ITT Hartford Group, Inc.). According to the data, 20% of economic income are insurance and financial services accounts. The state is focused on the development of the sphere, that’s why there are a lot of financial companies in Connecticut.

  • There were a lot of different inventions in Connecticut. These are tape measure, revolver, portable typewriter, use of anesthesia, sewing machine, ice-making machine, can opener, pay phone, collapsible toothpaste tube, Frisbee, Polaroid camera, vacuum cleaner, lollipop, hamburger, color TV, phone book, and artificial heart.

  • The first nuclear submarine (USS Nautilus) and helicopter by Igor Sikorsky. Helicopters Black Hawk produces in Connecticut. Moreover, the state is the leader of advanced manufacturing in the US.

  • Mary Kies was the first woman, who could get a patent for the weaving straw thread to create hats. It was in 1809.

  • Connecticut is 3rd largest state in the US.

  • Mark Twain and Harriet Beecher Stowe were both: famous writers and neighbors. They live in Connecticut.

  • The popular TV show Gilmore Girls was filmed in Connecticut.

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