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CT median single-family home price at 12-year peak

The $161,000 median sale price for condominiums was the highest for a January since 2015.

Warren Group finds sales and prices rise in Connecticut’s housing market

The $258,000 single-family home median sales price was a 12-year high for the month of November.

Third-quarter sales up, prices down in Fairfield County’s housing market

Greenwich and Darien showed, respectively, the highest figures for single-family home and condo sales.

Sales rise and prices drop in Q2 Fairfield County housing market

"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.

Fairfield County a big draw for entry-level homebuyers

“Right now, the condo market is very strong," said Douglas Elliman’s Scott Elwell.

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.

CT single-family home sales down, prices up

The median single-family home price of $271,500 was up 2.4 percent from one year ago.

Median sale price of Connecticut homes stays at five-year high

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.

Connecticut single-family home sales drop 6.3 percent

May marked the first time in eight months that the state’s median sales price for single-family homes fell on an annualized measurement.

Connecticut single-family home sales up in April

Single-family home sales in Connecticut continued to rise in April, along with the median sale price, according to new data from The Warren Group.

Housing median sales prices up again in Fairfield County

Fairfield County’s housing market recorded its fifth consecutive annual increase in median sales prices and eighth consecutive year-over-year decline in listing inventory during the first quarter of 2018.

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.

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 down in April

The single-family residential home median sales price in Connecticut in April was $246,000, a 0.4 percent drop from $247,000 one year earlier.

Highs and lows in Fairfield County’s Q1 housing market

During this period, the region experienced the highest level of first-quarter sales in 11 years and the first year-over-year increase in the median sales price in a year. However, the luxury housing market experienced some unpleasant statistics.