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Increase in Closed Sales of Single-Family Homes in Greater Hartford

Decrease in median sales price

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(Hartford, Conn., August 16, 2019) – According to the Greater Hartford Association of REALTORS® (GHAR), closed sales of single family homes in greater Hartford increased 0.70 percent (from 713 to 718) over July of last year. The median sale price decreased 4.86 percent (from $278,950 to $265,400) and pending sales increased 2.11 percent (from 663 to 677). New listings decreased 4.73 percent (from 951 to 906) and inventory dropped 8.13 percent (from 2952 to 2712), during this same month, one year ago.

In year-to-date statistics, when compared to last year, closed sales increased 3.48 percent (from 3677 to 3805) and pending sales increased 3.18 percent (from 3905 to 4029). The median sales price dipped 0.40 percent (from $247,000 to $246,000). New listings decreased 2.69 percent (from 6438 to 6265), year over year.

Condominium closed sales increased 7.24 percent (from 152 to 163) over July of last year. The median sale price increased 2.09 percent (from $167,500 to $171,000) and inventory decreased 12.63 percent (from 681 to 595), over this time last year.

Condominium year-to-date statistics, year over year, show closed sales increased 4.58 percent (from 917 to 959). The median sale price increased 2.48 percent (from $161,000 to $165,000) during this same time frame.

“Lower sales prices and consistently low interest rates make this a perfect time to buy and sell,” said GHAR CEO, Holly Callanan. “Let’s hope this sales momentum carries into the fall market,” she said.

In the national outlook, Lawrence Yun, National Association of REALTORS® chief economist, says “home sales are running at a pace similar to 2015 levels – even with exceptionally low mortgage rates, a record number of jobs and a record high net worth in the country.” Yun says the nation is in the midst of a housing shortage and much more inventory is needed. “Imbalance persists for mid-to-lower priced homes with solid demand and insufficient supply, which is consequently pushing up home prices,” he said.

 

The Greater Hartford Association of REALTORS® (GHAR) is the largest local real estate trade association in Connecticut, serving over 4000 members in the greater Hartford real estate brokerage community. The Association provides technology, training, networking and business support to members, and supports a healthy real estate market by upholding high professional and ethical standards through a Code of Ethics, ongoing education and certification programs. As the advocate for the real estate brokerage industry, GHAR is the Voice for Real Estate® in the Greater Hartford region. For more information, call 1.860.561.1800 or visit www.gharonline.com.

Keara Langston, Communications Director
Greater Hartford Association of REALTORS®
t: 860.561.1800  f: 860.561.3573
www.gharonline.com

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Median Sales Price of Single-Family Homes in Greater Hartford Rises  

Tuesday, November 20, 2012
(West Hartford, Conn., November 20, 2012) – Closed sales of single family homes increased 21.74 percent (from 575 to 700) over October of last year, according to the Greater Hartford Association of REALTORS® (GHAR). Pending sales rose 27.75 percent (from 645 to 824) and new listings increased 3.12 percent (from 1249 to 1288). The median sale price increased 1.18 percent (from $212,500 to $215,000) and inventory dropped 6.08 percent (from 6393 to 6004). The average number of days on market dropped 4.94 percent (from 81 to 77), during this same one year time-frame.
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Over 10 Percent Rise in Closed Sales of Single-Family Homes in Greater Hartford, Pending Sales Up Over 20 Percent 

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