Residential Real Estate
Redfin’s monthly report on demand for home sales in the country’s biggest metro areas found the prevalence of multiple offers on residential properties stayed steady into December.
Real estate commission rates are just one step below fixed, according to a new report from the Consumer Federation of America. And rising home prices are handing ammunition to those who say that has to change.
Milford real estate brokerage Wareck D’Ostilio has dropped its affiliation with the Real Living real estate brand in favor of Westchester County-based Houlihan Lawrence.
A new analysis of mortgage rate-locks by online brokerage Redfin has found that, nation-wide, demand for second homes was up 77 percent in December over 2019 levels.
Square footage always increases in slow markets when the only people buying new houses are middle- and upper-income earners. But when the market speeds up, builders try to go smaller in an attempt to capture a larger share of sales.
Connecticut was on rack to register one of the largest numbers of single-family homes sold in a year as of Nov. 30, according to a new report from The Warren Group, publisher of The Commercial Record.
United Van Lines’ 45th annual study of who is using its services suggests Connecticut continues to lose out to Sunbelt states, particularly as its residents retire.
Experts say it’s a sign of confidence and more evidence that the U.S. job market is bouncing back strongly from last year’s coronavirus recession.
A new survey from Redfin suggests more than a quarter of prospective homebuyers nationwide are putting off their search due to rising prices.
Milford’s Wareck D’Ostilio Real Estate has added four new agents to its roster, the company announced.
There’s an old adage in real estate: “If it smells, it won’t sell.” And thanks to the pandemic, there are growing numbers of pets – and their smells – in houses hitting the market.
Both companies said they were concerned crime statistics on listings pages promoted racial bias and may not be reliable.
If you think the slog of going out week after week to find a house, and then beat competitors, is a marathon, get ready for the sprint.
Connecticut home prices may be higher than ever before, but that did not drag down the total number of home sales statewide compared to pre-pandemic levels.
The housing market is not likely to implode like it did in 2008, when it ushered in what’s now known as the Great Recession. But could a price correction be coming?
Greater Hartford’s Realtors have honored one of their own as the best member of the real estate profession of 2021.
Nationally, the rate of multiple-offer situations reported by Redfin agents stayed nearly constant from September to October, according to a new report from the low-fee brokerage.
The latest evidence indicates the market is tightening again – not loosening, as had been expected. At this writing, the number of new listings has declined for the seventh straight week. So, it’s time for serious buyers to start knocking on doors.
A North Haven-based real estate brokerage has donated over two dozen gift “baskets” to local families in need a part of its annual Thanksgiving traditions.
Add Redfin’s top economist to the ranks of high-profile residential real estate observers who think 2022 is going to be a lot closer to a “normal” housing market.