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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!

After years of gains, Milford CT home sale prices drop in 2019…

GRAPH OF MILFORD SALES PRICES

Milford home sales prices have been rising consistently for a few years now, but 2019 is off to a different start!For the first time in 3 years both January and February median home sale prices in Milford have dropped over the prior year: While the change is not too significant, with prices down roughly 1% from […]

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New Haven County, CT Home Sales off to Slow Start in 2019…

After 3 years of limited inventory and rising prices in New Haven County, Connecticut, 2019 is off to slow start and inventory climbs along with home marketing times….New Haven County currently has 8 months of housing inventory available and Days to Sell is up to a median of 62 days:While sales are of to a […]

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Connecticut homes sell at record speed in 2018 and sales prices soar!

Connecticut has seen home inventory diminish with endless buyer demand in the past few years.So far in 2018, Connecticut median home marketing time dropped to just 33 days, and the median home sale price rose 5% over 2017 to $240,000:​CONNECTICUT RESIDENTIAL HOME SALE TREND:Connecticut’s real estate values have been much slower to rise than most of […]

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Litchfield County, Connecticut – the most depressed county in the Nutmeg State…

The Connecticut real estate market has slowly been recovering for the last several years, but not all areas at the same rate. Some counties have been slower to move up than others. So which county hails as the slowest to recover?Litchfield County reigns as the most depressed county in Connecticut with the rate of distressed […]

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