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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 […]Continue reading
Thinking of making New Haven County home? Wondering how far your money will take you? New Haven County, Connecticut offers a wide array of housing options. From luxe oceanfront living to the affordable urban starter, there is a home here for every budget!5 MOST EXPENSIVE TOWNS IN NEW HAVEN COUNTY:Madison tops off the list as […]Continue reading
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 […]Continue reading
New Haven County, CT 2017: One in every five home sales in New Haven County remains a short sale or REO sale (bank-owned foreclosure). Despite improving market conditions for New Haven County homeowners, distress inventory remains a staple in the market: While buyer demand stays strong, prices have only slightly improved over the last five years. Recovery in […]Continue reading
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, […]Continue reading