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Home Market Survey/State Stats
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AREA MARKET SURVEY

1/1/2017 - 3/31/2017

This report reflects single family units only, 90 days of activity prior to the report date.

The Median List Prices shown in the chart below are those prices paid for properties reported as sold through the Greater Fairfield County MLS system. Median means that half of the sales were at prices above the given amount and half were below.

Town
# Of 
Listings
Average
Days
On Market
Median List
Price
# Of
Homes
Sold
Average
Days
To Sell
Median Sale
Price

Bethel 

32

47 $424,450 23 89 $325,000

Bridgewater 

7

40 $745,000 2 243 $565,000

Brookfield 

46

52 $492,000 32 101 $360,000

Danbury 

59

51 $394,500 67 66 $280,000

New Fairfield 

33

54 $479,000 29 80 $385,000

New Milford 

71

50 $339,900 49 95 $280,000

Newtown 

79

48 $479,000 63 113 $377,500

Oxford 

18

52 $427,425 13 79 $309,000

Redding 

48

49 $650,000 20 123 $440,000

Ridgefield 

114

56 $979,000 52 123 $587,500

Roxbury 

16

77 $705,000 2 140 $597,500

Sherman 

24

50 $507,000 14 176 $420,000

Southbury

56

54 $477,450 27 121 $360,000

Data provided by GFC CMLS. NFCAR assumes no responsibility for the accuracy of data.

 


 

Home Sales and Prices Up in March

Connecticut REALTORS® reports that the single-family residential home median sales price is $237,000 which reflects a 3.1 percent increase from $229,900 in that same time period last year. Median indicates that half the homes sold for more and half for less. Single-family residential home sales in Connecticut increased 5.1 percent comparing March 2017 to March 2016. The total units of homes sold were 2,527 in March 2017 and 2,404 in March 2016.

Townhouses and condominium median sales price is $151,000 representing a 7.1 percent increase from $141,000 in that same time period in 2016. Sales in Connecticut increased 17.3 percent comparing March 2017 to March 2016. Total units sold were 697 in March 2017 and 594 in March 2016. 

 

 

 
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