2015 Year End Housing Report Fairfield County, Ct.
The 2015 average Fairfield County, Connecticut single family home sales price was $772,339 down 6.4% from 2014. Prices range dramatically from town to town from the low range dramatically from town to town from the low side $148,597 in Bridgeport to the high of $2,423,297 in Greenwich.
Data collected from the local Multiple Listing Services (MLS) of Fairfield County shows that the average single family home sale prices have raised when compared to 2014 in 8 out of the 23 towns.
- Westport - 6.2%
- Darien – 5.4%
- Weston -4.1%
- Brookfield – 2.7%
- Trumbull – 2.7%
- Fairfield – 1.7%
- Monroe – 0.9%
- Danbury – 0.5%
The biggest drops in average home prices are in Greenwich at -9.9%, Shelton at -7.8% and New Canaan at -6.5%
On the bright side more homes have sold in Fairfield County with a total of 8,042 up 8.7% compared to 2014. Out of the 23 town in Fairfield County 16 report an increase in single family unit homes sold with the top ten being:
- Redding – 41.4%
- Bethel – 32.9%
- Monroe – 30%
- Stratford – 25.6%
- Fairfield – 21.8%
- Shelton – 18.5%
- Stamford – 15.3%
- Danbury – 10.2%
- Bridgeport – 10.2%
- Norwalk – 8.5%
The towns with the highest average sale price for 2015 are:
- Greenwich - $2,423,297
- New Canaan - $1,827,595
- Darien - $1,744.684
- Westport - $1,646,444
- Rowayton (Norwalk) - $1,273,027
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*The statistics presented are compiled on figures and data generated by local Connecticut MLS’s. Due to possible reporting inconsistencies. Property and statistical data is derived from multiple MLS is solely for your personal, non-commercial use in buying or selling a property and is deemed reliable but not guaranteed and should be verified. All representations and warranties regarding the information are disclaimed. Reproduction or any other use is prohibited.
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