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NO SALE: Fairfield County real estate brokers say ‘mansion tax’ would...

Fairfield County unit sales were up in December 2020 by 59% compared to the previous December, with the median sales price of $606,000 representing a 34.7% increase.

Suite Talk: Joanne Breen, 2020 president of Connecticut Realtors

Breen noticed a new wave of young professionals going into the real estate field directly out of college.

Connecticut home sales down in December, but up for the year

However, single-family residential home sales in Connecticut increased year-over-year, with 36,621 units sold in 2017 compared with 36,025 in 2016.

Connecticut single-family home sales down slightly in November

However, sales of townhouses and condominiums in Connecticut during November increased by 5.3 percent from November 2016.

Connecticut home sales down, median sales prices up

Despite declining sales activity, the median sales price for single-family residences and townhouses and condominiums were up from one year ago.

FHA renovation mortgage program an option for fixer-upper buyers

Ann L’Altrella, a loan officer with Network Funding LP in Shelton, credited the 203(k) loan program with helping in the sale of older homes that are either stuck in an aesthetic time warp or are in need of more than cosmetic help.

CT’s single-family home sales down in September

Last month’s median sales price of $249,950 was 1.6 percent lower than the $254,000 level recorded in that same time period last year.

Connecticut single-family home sales and prices up in August, condos down

However, sales in Connecticut of townhouses and condominiums dropped in August by 2.8 percent year-over-year, with 891 units sold last month versus 917 in August 2016.

CT home sales down slightly, prices up in July

However, the single-family residential home median sales price of $273,000 in July was 3 percent higher than the $265,000 level one year earlier.

Connecticut home sales up 6.4 percent in June

The statewide median sales price of a single-family home was $280,000 in June, up 1.8 percent from a year ago.

Connecticut single-family home sales up 10 percent

The single-family home median sales price during May was $260,000, a 4 percent increase from the $249,900 level one year earlier.

With rising risk, flood insurance looms large in region’s housing market

On the Long Island Sound shore in Fairfield and Westchester countries, some property owners in the luxury homes market face a challenge in the wake of Sandy’s damage.

Connecticut home sales up 5.1 percent

Connecticut’s single-family home sales in March were up by 5.1 percent on a year-over-year basis, according to new data from Connecticut Realtors. A total...

Connecticut home sales down in February

Townhouse and condo sales also take a tumble.

CT home sales up 14.2 percent in January

Townhouse and condo sales saw a 23.7 percent upswing.