Connecticut Housing Market – Real Estate Predictions For 2019

Many people are curious about the Connecticut housing market and what it’s like. However, it’s kind of hard to understand any of that if you don’t know much about Connecticut itself. Connecticut is located in New England and is actually the southernmost state in that area. It also tends to have a higher than average… Continue reading Connecticut Housing Market – Real Estate Predictions For 2019

Housing Market Predictions for the 2015 Connecticut Housing Market

Housing Market Predictions for the 2015 Connecticut Housing Market

According to several sources on the New England real estate market, in 2014, the overall performance of the single family home and condo markets in Connecticut performed rather solidly and predictably. The sales volume and average sales prices matched those posted for the 2013 Connecticut housing market: 26,340 homes were sold in total, while the… Continue reading Housing Market Predictions for the 2015 Connecticut Housing Market

2013 Connecticut Housing Market

The Connecticut housing market reached the highest level it had seen in three years in late 2012, and it isn’t showing signs of slowing down. According to RE/MAX of New England, the region should expect continued improvement throughout 2013. Its 2013 Housing Forecast report indicates the market will shift from a buyer’s market to a… Continue reading 2013 Connecticut Housing Market

Home Price Appreciation Jumps 2.5% for Year

By Mike Colpitts For the fourth straight month home values have increased in appreciation across the U.S., according to real estate research firm CoreLogic. Prices increased 2.5% in June compared to a year ago in the 100 largest metro areas the company tracks. On a month-over-month basis, including foreclosure and short sales, home price appreciation… Continue reading Home Price Appreciation Jumps 2.5% for Year

Hardest Hit States Foreclosures Slow

By Ryan Jackson Three of hardest hit states in the U.S. housing downturn have seen foreclosures drop by more than 25% providing a major sign of improvement for the nation’s housing market. Formal foreclosures in Nevada, Arizona and Michigan have been reduced at the highest level since the housing crisis started more than five years… Continue reading Hardest Hit States Foreclosures Slow

Foreclosures Drop Two Straight Months

By Mike Colpitts Demonstrating the U.S. largest five banks are following rules agreed to in their $25 billion settlement with 49 state attorney generals, foreclosures saw a drop for two straight months in March as lenders increased efforts with home mortgage holders, according to RealtyTrac. The drop in foreclosure activity showed there were 198,853 filings… Continue reading Foreclosures Drop Two Straight Months

Foreclosures Drop Two Straight Months

By Mike Colpitts Demonstrating the U.S. largest five banks are following rules agreed to in their $25 billion settlement with 49 state attorney generals, foreclosures saw a drop for two straight months in March as lenders increased efforts with home mortgage holders, according to RealtyTrac. The drop in foreclosure activity showed there were 198,853 filings… Continue reading Foreclosures Drop Two Straight Months