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Foreclosures start to creep back into the Connecticut real estate market…

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In March 2020 as part of the CARES ACT a moratorium on foreclosures on all federally backed loans in the USA due to the covid-19 pandemic. The moratorium was subsequently extended multiple times until its final expiration 17 months later in July 2021.  August 2021 marked the return of most foreclosures.  the CT foreclosure market […]

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Connecticut housing starts of 2022 with another solid sellers market!

JANUARY 2022 real estate report

January 2022 Connecticut Market Conditions:The last few years have been a huge win for sellers in Connecticut, and 2022 is starting off with more of the same! January Home Sale Prices:Prices YTD rose 5% over 2021.The median home sale price rose 5% year over year to $300,000 in 2022. January New Listings:New listing inventory is […]

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TROUBLE AHEAD FOR THE CT MULTIFAMILY MARKET!

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What goes up must come down! All Connecticut sellers have had a few years to enjoy strong price growth and buyer competition, including multifamily sellers, but what’s up ahead?Sellers of multifamily properties have seen their median sale prices at record highs approaching $300,000! Homes are also selling faster than ever, at a median marketing time […]

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Connecticut home sale prices continue to fall and short sales and foreclosures return to market!

ct market report 2021 4th quarter

Its been a great year for Connecticut sellers, but are things about to take a nosedive? While 2021 overall has seen record sale prices and marketing times, a look at the last few months tells a different story!THE GOOD NEWS: The average sale price of a CT home in 2021 is currently $306,000 – an […]

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Connecticut Real Estate Market starts to slip! Is it seasonal or a sign of what’s to come?

CT Real Estate market Update

What’s happening with the Connecticut housing market?Sellers have enjoyed years of endless price gains and competing buyers…but is the tide turning? Connecticut home sale prices dropped 2% in August, to a median of $325,000, down from the record highs reached in the early summer! While homes are still selling very quickly at just 21 days […]

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