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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!

New Haven CT home sales prices down in 2018…

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New Haven, CT home owners have certainly seen better days. While most areas of Connecticut have seen sales prices finally head up in recent years, New Haven real estate prices are still struggling.The start of 2018 finds median sales prices of New Haven single family homes currently at a decade low of $149,650:The decade high […]

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Ansonia home sales prices start strong in 2018 as home marketing time drops to decade low!

Ansonia real estate sales prices

Homeowners in Ansonia, CT see a strong start to single family home sales in 2018 as significant buyer demand coupled with decreasing inventory in the last few years has pushed home marketing time down and prices up:After peaking in 2008 at a median of $240,000, Ansonia home sales prices dropped for the next seven years […]

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Rate of distressed homes for sale in Hamden CT rises in 2018!

2018 Hamden New Listings SS & REO

Hamden, CT 2018 short sale and foreclosure report: One in every seven new listings this year in Hamden is a short sale or REO sale (bank-owned foreclosure). Despite improving market conditions for Connecticut as a whole, distress inventory remains a staple in the Hamden market.With the rate of newly listed foreclosed homes (REO) dropping a […]

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Fairfield County sales prices finally head up, but still have a ways to go!

fairfield county sale prices graph

The Fairfield County, CT real estate market, just like the rest of the state has been very slow to recover since crashing about a decade ago. The last few years of increasing buyer demand, coupled with decreasing home inventory have led to homes selling faster and prices finally moving upward statewide.Despite still resting 15% below […]

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New Haven County, CT 2018: Real estate market still burdened with foreclosures and short sales!

short sales and foreclosures

New Haven County, CT 2018: One in every six newly listed homes in in New Haven County is currently a short sale or REO sale (bank-owned foreclosure). Despite some improving market conditions for New Haven County homeowners, distress inventory remains a staple in the market.While short sales continue to make up a steady 3% of […]

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Milford CT real estate market starting off HOT in 2018!

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Milford has certainly been enjoying a stellar recovery lately! After reaching an 8 year high in sales prices in 2017 – 2018 already looks extremely promising for Milford home sellers!While the year is still young, median sales prices in Milford so far this year are currently at $313,000, an increase of 14% over 2017, even […]

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Shelton, CT home sales prices head up, but still have a long way to go!

Graph of Shelton home sales prices

The Shelton, CT real estate market has been very slow to recover since crashing about a decade ago. The last few years of increasing buyer demand, coupled with decreasing home inventory have led to homes selling faster and prices finally moving upward statewide. Some towns have fared better than others. The Shelton real estate market […]

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Top 10 fastest and slowest markets New Haven County, CT

The entire state of CT has seen marketing times drop and prices rise over the last few years, including New Haven County. Here we break down New Haven County even further by town. So, which cities/towns have the fastest and slowest home marketing times? North Branford leads the way with the lowest home marketing time in the […]

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