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Minna Reid, Owner of Reid Real Estate Group, brings you insights into current trends in the Connecticut home selling market. Browse her posts below for timely advice, guidance, and news about real estate market trends,  or  GO HERE  to find reports categorized by county and town, or to request your own custom real estate report!

Top ten towns with the most short sales in Fairfield County

Fairfield County Short Sale Report YTD 2017: Three percent of all home sales currently in Fairfield County, CT are short sales (What are short sales?). However some towns have more than their fair share! Bridgeport leads the way with the most short sales in Fairfield County with short sales coming in a 7% of all […]

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New Haven CT short sales rise in 2017 as prices fall again


After falling for from their peak in 2013, the rate of short sales in New Haven, CT has been rising again since and currently sits at over 5% of all real estate sales 2017 year to date:   This is likely because home values in New Haven have been slow to recover since the bust, leaving many still owing more […]

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New Haven County short sales remain steady in 2017…

fannie mae short sale

New Haven County short sales continue to hover at 3% of total market inventory for the third year in a row in 2017:   Waterbury and New Haven lead the way with the most short sales sold in 2017, followed closely by Hamden and Milford. New Haven County includes Ansonia, Beacon Falls, Bethany, Branford, Cheshire, Derby, East Haven, Guilford, Hamden, […]

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What’s the average time it takes for a CT home to sell?

Connecticut probate sale questions

Many Connecticut home sellers are under the impression that it should take a long time to sell….that most sellers sit on market for a very long time. The current average days on market for homes that are currently listed in Connecticut (read: NOT sold) is in fact 135 days. However, the average days on market for […]

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