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While social distancing and business shutdowns designed to combat the spread of COVID-19 brought a lot of economic activity to a screeching halt, some...
The $161,000 median sale price for condominiums was the highest for a January since 2015.
Greenwich and Darien showed, respectively, the highest figures for single-family home and condo sales.
In the view of Westchester real estate veteran Nicholas R. Wolff, something odd is going on in the marketplace. Wolff has had his ear to...
Valhalla-based Ginsburg Development Cos. held a ribbon-cutting and celebration on Sept. 12 at the Haverstraw site of The Waterfront at Harbors. The event was...
"It's encouraging to see Fairfield County sales up this quarter as well as the decrease in inventory," said Scott Elwell at Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
“People seem to really like it and, for the affluent downsizer in this market, there are very few if any options aside from this project," developer Alan Weissman said.
“Right now, the condo market is very strong," said Douglas Elliman’s Scott Elwell.
Last month marked the lowest number of February single-family home sales since 2015.
During January, single-family home sales in Connecticut totaled 1,835 transactions, down 310 from the 2,145 units sold in January 2018.
Sales and prices in Connecticut's condominium market were down in November.
October marked the third consecutive month that single-family homes sales in Connecticut have declined year-over-year.
The median sale price of condominiums rose 3.7 percent in July on a year-over-year basis to $175,000, a four-year high.
Jim Pauley of the National Fire Protection Association expressed concern over what he dubbed "the breakdown of the code process in Connecticut."
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