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Stamford’s Vela on the Park luxury apartment complex is sold

The 19-story, 209-unit apartment community was built in 2015.

Six regional communities ranked in new listing of the nation’s priciest...

Four Fairfield County communities and two in Westchester were ranked among the nation’s 100 priciest ZIP codes in a new data analysis from PropertyShark.

Fairfield County home prices soar in second quarter

Greenwich recorded the highest average second quarter sales price for a single-family home at $2.7 million.

Greenwich’s 54 Byram Drive sells for record $17.1M

The four-level home was built in 1915 and features nine bedrooms and bathrooms.

Stonewall Farm, 740-acre thoroughbred estate, listed at $100M

Stonewall Farm can accommodate up to 84 horses.

Plaza Home Mortgage brings reverse jumbo mortgage program to Connecticut

The program provides refinance loan amounts of up to $4 million with no FHA mortgage insurance requirement.

Pre-pandemic, Houlihan Lawrence reports mostly solid Q1 regional housing activity

Westchester saw 1,050 single-family homes sales, compared to 984 from one year earlier.

Sales levels fall again in Fairfield County housing market

The average size of a luxury sale has shrunk annually for four of the past five quarters.

Tommy Mottola sells Greenwich estate after 25% price cut

The estate was first listed in April 2017 for $19.9 million and later reduced to $15.5 million.

Q4 Fairfield County housing market down in single-family and luxury activity

The New Canaan condo market recorded an average sales price of $1.24 million based on five closed sales.

Average sales prices down in Fairfield County housing market

Average sales prices in Fairfield County’s single-family, condo and luxury housing markets during the third saw declines on a quarter-over-quarter and year-over-year measurement, according to new data released by Douglas Elliman Real Estate.

High-volume and high-end sales, low inventory mark Fairfield County housing market

In the luxury market, the average fourth-quarter sales price of $2.98 million was up from the $2.13 million level of the previous year.

Low inventory fails to slow Fairfield County’s Q3 housing activity

Third-quarter home sales in Fairfield County overcame low inventory to record healthy sales volume, according to data released by Douglas Elliman Real Estate.

Fairfield County housing market: Fewer homes for sale, but at higher...

Within the county’s major submarkets, Greenwich had the highest average price for a single-family house in the second quarter: $2.34 million, up 4.4 percent year-over-year.