haffenreffer: Greenwich, CT: The under $1 Million Category - 03/13/08 02:41 PM
In a town where the average price of a home is nearly $3,000,000 it's a godsend to get a listing you can be proud of that is priced below $1,000,000.  I am fortunate to have listed just such a house this week. It's located on Indian Field Road on the edge of central Greenwich over near Cos Cob.  I held the first broker open house and had about 50 agents come through to see the place.  The feedback was nearly all positive:  good condition, nicely updated, clean, shows well, and priced well.  The latter is what I hope will draw the buyers. 
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haffenreffer: Market Data: February Unit Sales & Prices Drop in Greenwich, CT - 03/07/08 11:17 AM
February sales in Greenwich dropped from the same period a year ago.  Twenty-six single family homes sold, compared to 29 in February of 2007.  That's a 10% decline and follows a 42% decline in January 2008.  Average prices declined nearly 13% to $2,133,000.  Median prices fell $10.5% in the month.  One highlight in February was a $10.1 million sale in back country Greenwich. 
Despite the seemingly poor start to the new real estate year, we have seen a real uptick in people coming out and looking so hopefully March will help improve the overall quarterly statistics. 
 
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haffenreffer: Green Machines vs. Gas Guzzlers - 02/23/08 01:16 AM
I was fueling up the other day at my local Mobil where the hi-test unleaded runs in the $3.50+/per gallon range.  The pumps aren't so fast and it was cold so I spent the time in my car reading the front page of our local paper The Greenwich Time.  When iI heard the gas pump click I looked at the pump and it had stopped when it got to $75.00.  Someone later told me credit card gas purchases will max out at that amount.  Whatever the reason, it got me thinking (again) about the car I drive and why I don't make … (6 comments)

haffenreffer: Snow Falling on an early Spring Market in Greenwich - 02/22/08 02:40 AM
As I sit to write this, it's a snowy February day.  The Greenwich public schools are on holiday and the private schools have a snow day.  It's a day that gives me a chance to catch up on paperwork, website updating and to think about how busy it's been in the last 90 days or so.  If you look at the 2007 stats, it was a strong year in the Greenwich real estate market.  Average prices rose 12% to nearly $3,000,000 while median prices gained 8% to $2,100,000.  But that's not necessarily how it felt because average Days On Market expanded … (3 comments)

 
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