August 23rd, 2010

Connecticut real estate on its way back up

The housing market is on its way back up across Connecticut, which is good news for both first-time buyers and owners planning a move. The Warren Group CEO Timothy Warren says that the tax credits offered to buyers were a big encouragement to homebuyers. The numbers reflect people’s confidence: the median price for a one-family home was 8.1 higher this March than it was last year, and sales for one-family homes and condominiums each rose more than 20 (37 for homes and 34.4 for condos).If you’re looking to invest in a Connecticut home, now is a great time, and there are plenty of tools online to help you. The website CT Homebuyer is a Connecticut real estate brokerage which can give you information about the many neighborhoods in the state, and help you decide which one is right for you. CT Homebuyer (or another reputable Connecticut broker) will help you get pre-qualified by a bank, negotiate terms on your home, and close the deal.At RealtyQuest (headquartered in Darien, Connecticut), you can easily search for properties in both Fairfield County and Haven County. Searches are conducted based on minimum and maximum price, property type, and the number of bedrooms and bathrooms. You can also get in contact with one of RealtyQuest’s highly trained agents to further enhance your property search.Connecticut has plenty to offer prospective homeowners: beautiful vistas, lazy rivers, the home of Mark Twain, and more. With the expiration of the tax credit and increasing unemployment in some areas, the Connecticut market may not stay at this level for much longer, so if you’re interested, be sure to start the process now. RealtyQuest, CT Homebuyer, and many other organizations are eager to help.

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