July 2020 Local Market Stats

Dated: August 4 2020

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Greater Danbury Area Towns: Single Family Homes, Multi family and Condo’s 

Based on current CT MLS data- Current Active/ Accepted may vary based on day.

 

TOWN

July Avg. Sales $

Avg. Days on Market

Total # Sales- July

Total # Sales YTD

Current Active Listings

Current Accepted Offers

Bethel

$358,359

59

44

178

64

115

Brookfield

$436,920

80

44

152

48

84

Danbury

$361,487

71

99

471

172

316

Newtown

$442,906

94

65

259

114

172

New Fairfield

$478,666

95

43

134

47

107

New Milford

$357,931

88

45

217

102

122

Redding

$686,267

89

30

94

62

50

Ridgefield

$656,695

124

82

272

168

187

Days on Market

Days on market is defined as the number of days the listing is in active status to the contract date. The contract date is when the final signatures are obtained on the contract.  Properties may have an accepted offer with a purchase agreement prior to the contract being signed.

Appraisal

A report that highlights the estimated value of a property, completed by a qualifies 3rd party. Typically done for the benefit of the buyer or their lender to ensure the property is worth the purchase price.

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