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Southbury CT-Real Estate Market Report for February 2013 The market in Southbury CT is showing signs of new life, with an increase in average sales prices compared to both last month and last year. Both the volume of and average prices for pending sales indicates that over the coming months, that prices will at least stabilize during the spring selling season.
There are 87Southbury CT homes for sale Average asking price of $510,922 Median asking price of $449,900
25 pending sales (under contract): Average asking (2 comments)
Southbury CT-Real Estate Market Report for January 2013 The volume of home sales in Southbury CT has declined compared to last year, but interestingly enough, average sale prices are somewhat better. The number of pending sales at this point indicates a robust market over the next few months; however, the spring selling season is right around the corner, and the market history in Southbury says that usually the market picks up in terms of volume of sales between January and October. Sellers, if you are looking to capitalize on this, the (2 comments)
Southbury CT-Real Estate Market Report for March 2012 Southbury, which has the distinction of being the only town with that name in the U.S., is a sprawling yet comfortable town at the northwest edge of New Haven county and is a part of the Pomperaug School District (Regional School District 15), which is comprised of Middlebury and Southbury. The number of pending sales, and the decline in average sales prices compared to last month and last year at this point does not indicate a robust market at this point; but the median (0 comments)
Southbury CT-Real Estate Market Report for February 2012 A slight increase in the volume of home sales in Southbury CT, coupled with a decline in average sales prices compared to both last month and last year, is great news for buyers looking for a home in Southbury. The number of pending sales at this point does not indicate a robust market over the next few months; however, the spring selling season is right around the corner, and the market history in Southbury says that usually the market picks up in terms (1 comments)
Southbury CT-Real Estate Market Report for January 2012 A slight increase in the volume of home sales in Southbury CT, coupled with a decline in average sales prices compared to both last month and last year, is great news for buyers looking for a home in Southbury. Sellers, if you are looking to capitalize on this, the best thing you can do is to price your homes at market value so that they can sell.
There are 105 Southbury CT homes for sale, with an average listing price of (2 comments)
In 2011, 124 homes were sold in Southbury CT, with an average sale price of $403,485 and an average of 117 days on market. The homes that sold ranged from a 760 sq. ft. 1 bedroom ranch that sold for $47,500, to a 4700 sq. ft. 4 bedroom colonial that sold for $760,000.
The absorption rate for Southbury CT homes sold is at 10.33 homes sold per month. At that rate, with the number of homes currently on the market in Southbury CT, there is a 12 month supply of (1 comments)
southbury ct information: Southbury CT-Real Estate Market Report-March 2011 - 03/20/11 11:40 PM
SOUTHBURY CT-REAL ESTATE MARKET REPORT- MARCH 2011 Ok – so, home sale prices are still lower than what they were at this time last year, there are less sales, and the days on market for homes that sold is significantly lower than what it was both last month and last year. So what does this mean for you as a seller in Southbury CT? It looks like an invitation to step up your game – make sure that your home is competitively priced, and in its best possible condition – in order to attract buyers.
The single family Southbury (0 comments)
southbury ct information: Southbury CT-Real Estate Market Report-February 2011 - 02/24/11 09:12 PM
SOUTHBURY CT-REAL ESTATE MARKET REPORT- FEBRUARY 2011 Average sale prices and days on market are indicative of sellers in the lower price ranges in Southbury CT experiencing success in selling their homes. If you are a higher end seller, you should expect a longer time frame to sell your home, and at a negotiated price.
The single family Southbury CT homes for sale range from a 1268 sq. ft. 3 bedroom cape being offered for $74,900 to a 3000 sq. ft. 5 bedroom cottage being offered for $2.75 million.
Here is a breakdown of the home prices (0 comments)
In 2010, 139 homes were sold in Southbury CT, with an average sale price of $403,485 and an average of 117 days on market. The homes that sold ranged from a 728 sq. ft. 2 bedroom mobile home that sold for $29,900, to a 3200 sq. ft. colonial that sold for $575,000.
2010 was a mixed year for the majority of sellers in Southbury CT, as the volume of sales in Southbury rose 15%. Average sales prices rose a meager 1%, sales price/list price ratios are down, and days on (0 comments)
Well, you live in Waterbury, pay taxes in Waterbury, and you work in….Southbury. Actually, of all the towns in the Greater Waterbury area, Southbury has the unique distinction of being a place where there is both a large number of Waterbury residents working within its borders and there are also Southbury residents who work in Waterbury as well. So that begs the question: what might induce a Waterbury resident to move to Southbury??? 1. The taxes are lower. Compare a tax mill rate of 21.1 vs. 39.92 for the two areas. Not (0 comments)
William James Walton, Sr. Greater Waterbury Real Estate
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