Learn how 2020 impacted the real estate market in Connecticut.
With a strong seller’s market in Connecticut, homeowners are considering selling. Learn how to make the most of this seller’s market.
With record-low mortgage rates and inventory, the real estate market is competitive. Learn what these lows mean for buyers and sellers in 2021.
We’ve watched home prices rise in 2020. According to U.S. Economic Outlook by the National Association of Realtors, the increase…
Learn the single-family and condominium market statistics across Connecticut and in New Haven, Middlesex, and New London Counties.
With many Connecticut sellers receiving multiple offers, buyers must be prepared to act fast and work to make their offer stand out. Learn five tips on how to make a competitive offer.
For the first time since March, there are more new listings coming on the market since before the pandemic. Learn if how many sellers are returning to the market.
People often prepare for the buying and selling process, and neglect what happens after moving day. Keep reading for must-dos after moving to a new home.
As the 2020 real estate market sees an increase in activity, we are learning what buyers are looking for in a new home.
An escalation clause is a written contract that helps ensure you are the highest bidder for a property with multiple offers.