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Weak Q4 single-family home market for Fairfield County

Greenwich recorded the highest average fourth quarter sales price for a single-family home at $2.16 million.

Connecticut’s median home sale prices hit October highs

The median single-family home sale price was $255,000, a 12-year high for the month of October.

Rising sales and prices on Connecticut’s homes

The year-to-date median sale price on single-family homes is $264,000.

CT single-family home and condo sales down in August

"Single-family home sales have been down every month in 2019 on a year-over-year basis," said Tim Warren, CEO of The Warren Group.

Six-year high for median sales price on Connecticut single-family homes

The median single-family home price rose 0.7 percent on a year-over-year basis to $282,000, the highest price recorded for July since 2013.

CT home sales down while condo sales rise

"The condo market was a bright spot for the Connecticut housing market last month," said Tim Warren of The Warren Group.

Median sale price on CT single-family homes at 11-year high

May marked the 10th consecutive month that single-family homes sales fell on a year-over-year basis.

Connecticut single-family home sales continue to slump

April marks the ninth consecutive month of single-family homes sales declining on a year-over-year basis.

Connecticut single-family home sales down for eighth straight month

Single-family home sales are down 7.5% from last year.

Connecticut home and condominium sales declined in February

Last month marked the lowest number of February single-family home sales since 2015.

Connecticut home sales fell by 14.5 percent in January

During January, single-family home sales in Connecticut totaled 1,835 transactions, down 310 from the 2,145 units sold in January 2018.

Connecticut single-family home sales down while prices rise

Sales and prices in Connecticut's condominium market were down in November.

Connecticut single-family home, condo sales and prices down

October marked the third consecutive month that single-family homes sales in Connecticut have declined year-over-year.

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.