Westport and surrounding towns Real Estate Market Trends through August, 2015 from Steve Reilly
We focus on trends not monthly swings.
Westport Median Selling Price
- The median selling price has increased since 2011 with a slight dip in 2013.
Westport Property Sales – The number of Properties sold has been decreasing
Since 2013. For 2015, normal annual increase through July then decline starting in
Average days on Market – The trend for how long it takes longer to sell a house
has been increasing since 2013.
Months of Inventory – Months of inventory has been increasing since 2013.
Westport Active Listings – There have been more properties available for
sale since 2013.
Towns surrounding Westport include (Easton, Fairfield, Norwalk, Redding, Ridgefield,
Weston and Wilton)
Median Selling Price – The median selling price trend has been decreasing since 2013.
Properties Sold - There has been a slight reduction since 2013.
Average Days on Market – The trend of how long it takes to see a house has
been declining since 2011.
Months of Inventory – Months of Inventory has been increasing since 2013
After a drastic decline 2011 to 2013.
Active Listings – There have been more properties available for sale since 2013.
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Friday, September 18, 2015
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On 7/22/15 Wall Street Journal reported that median sales price of existing homes sold in June, 2015 reached an all-time high and was 6.5% greater than June 2014. In June, 2015 the median sales price of existing homes sold was $236,400 and previous high was $230,400 in July, 2006.
So, I decided to see this compares with the local market.
For Westport, the median sales price was $1,605,000 or 31.8% greater than June 2014 and close to the previous all-time high of $1,680,000 in April, 2008.
For towns around Westport, the median sales price was $567,000 or 6.5% less than June, 2014 and 14% less than the all-time high of $658,000 in July, 2007