2017 Housing Market Highlights for New London, Middlesex and New Haven Counties

Things are looking up for Connecticut this year. After spending hours combing through data, we’ve picked out these housing market highlights just for you. Our overview gives a glimpse at how Connecticut real estate performed in 2017 compared to 2016.  Find your town below to see why we are so excited about the 2018 housing market.

Take a guess: which county do you think performed the best in 2017?
Scroll down to see if you’re right!

New London County

Town | Bozrah
Highlight | In 2017 there was a 14.44% increase in the average sales price of homes

Town | East Lyme
Highlight | Average home sales price rose almost 20,000$

Town | Groton
Highlight | In 2017 there was a 9.96% increase in the amount of  homes sold

Town | Ledyard
Highlight | In 2017 there was a 4.86% increase in the average sales price of homes

Town | Montville
Highlight | In 2017 there was a 13. 95% increase in the amount of homes sold

Town | New London
Highlight | In 2017 there was a 28.85% increase in the amount of homes sold

Town | Old Lyme
Highlight | In 2017 there was a 10.04% increase in the average sales price of homes

Town | Preston 
Highlight | In 2017 there was a 10.64% increase in the amount of homes sold

Town | Sprague
Highlight | In 2017 there was a 11.93% increase in the average sales price of homes

Town | Stonington
Highlight | Average home sales price rose well beyond 35,000$

Town | Waterford
Highlight | Average home sales price of homes rose by 15.19%

County Average Sales Price | Increased by 4.68% in 2017
County Number of Home Sales | Increased by 10.30% in 2017

New Haven County

Town | Branford
Highlight | Number of homes sold in Branford stayed relatively consistent, better consistent than falling!

Town | Cheshire
Highlight | In 2017 there was a 5. 53% increase in the number of homes sold

Town | Guilford
Highlight | In 2017 there was a 4.06% increase in the average sales price of homes

Town | Madison
Highlight | In 2017 there was a 7. 80% increase in the number of homes sold

Town | Milford 
Highlight | In 2017 there was a 4. 79% increase in the average sales price of homes

Town | North Branford 
Highlight | In 2017 there was a 11.21% increase in the number of homes sold

Town | West Haven
Highlight | In 2017 here was a 5.81% increase in the number of homes sold

County Average Sales Price | Increased by 0.04% in 2017
County Number of Home Sales | Increased by 4.98% in 2017

Middlesex County

Town | Clinton
Highlight | In 2017 there was a 7.48% decrease in the number of homes sold

Town | Deep River
Highlight | In 2017 there was a 4. 21% decrease in the average home sales price

Town | East Haddam
Highlight | Average sales price of homes stayed relatively the same with an increase at less than 1%, but better to stay consistent than drop.

Town | Essex
Highlight | In 2017 there was a 5.33% increase in the number of homes sold

Town | Killingworth
Highlight | In 2017 there was a 2.60% increase in the number of homes sold

Town | Old Saybrook
Highlight | The increase in average home sales price rose above 115,000$

Town | Westbrook
Highlight | Average home sales price rose almost 40,000$

County Average Sales Price | Increased by 3.66% in 2017
County Number of Home Sales | Increased by 6.39% in 2017

Side by Side Comparison

2017 Connecticut Housing Market Stats
How did your town stack up?  Did you guess the correct county or did these result surprise you?!

Overall, Connecticut saw a lot of increases in 2017. Most towns saw more homes being sold, and on average, those homes sold with higher price points than in 2016. If this wasn’t enough data for you click here to discover the average list price for 2017 in your town.

Written By: Briana Cabral
Marketing Coordinator & Blog Owner
Blog: blondiebitesblog.com

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