Hartford County Condo Sales in 2019

2020-01-16 Condo Transactions in 2019

Condominiums are an important segment of the Hartford County real estate market, representing about 19% of the total residential sales (single-family, condo, and multi-family) during 2019. They offer a different mix of features and benefits than the other property types, and are usually available at a lower price point. Last year there were 2,220 condominium deals according to the SmartMLS. The total was in line with the result of the past three years. It represents

2019 Hartford County Single-Family Sales

2020-01-19 Hartford County Single Family Sales

Hartford County finished 2019 with a single-family sales count in the mid-8,000s for the fourth year in a row. Data from SmartMLS shows that this was a similar activity level to the very early 2000s. A key difference from the early 2000s is that the extended period of strong sales activity has not resulted in nearly the same amount of price appreciation. The County’s median sales price increased by nearly 9% between 2015 and 2019,

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2018 Condo Sales: Steady Market

Hartford County condominiums maintained their pace of sales in 2018. The deal count increased by 2 properties from 2017 to finish with a total of 2,204 sales. The median condo sales price increased by 2% from the previous year, reaching $153,000. The positive direction was the first meaningful step upwards for the median price in a decade. One of the reasons for the long-term downward trend in the median price is that developers have sold

Strong 2018 Hartford County Single-Family Sales

Hartford County finished 2018 with a closed deal count in the mid-8,000s for single-family homes for the third year in a row. Median single-family homes prices increased by 4.5% from $220,000 to $230,000. Average single-family home prices also increased, though by a smaller percentage. Breaking the number of sales down by price band, we can see that number of deals at prices below $200,000 decreased, while the number of deals in the middle price bands