Norwalk Real Estate - Nestor's Blog

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Real Estate in Norwalk, CT. Fairfield County homes by Nestor N. Romero, REALTOR in Connecticut.

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2007 

Much has been said about excess of inventory in Real Estate. However if you see the local numbers (NORWALK, CT), you will find out that the number of units available has actually declined in the last 10 days. For example, in terms of Single Families, there were 456 units available in Aug.19 and t...
Posted over 6 years ago
Trying to find some statistics to better reach my market I found some interesting information that confirms what is becoming my focus: my future clients will find me in the Internet as well as doing grocery shopping.Yahoo Telemundo conducted a study among around 2,600 18-55 year old web-connected...
Posted over 6 years ago
Is it OK to have an Active Rain Member calling "crap" my message because it is in Spanish?I don't know what is wrong with him, but why would he even care to read my blog anyways?Please let me know if ActiveRain allows these type of behaviors.This is the piece of professional and classy behavior I...
Posted over 6 years ago
I am including here the report for sales reported thru the CT-MLS as occurring between Jul 23 and Aug 23. It will be interesting to see how these two neighbor towns, Norwalk and Stamford behave in 2 and 4 weeks.As you can see, in Stamford, the highest number of units sold comes from Condos sold i...
Posted over 6 years ago
 This is the Sales Report showing the closings reported through the CT-MLS. These are sales in Norwalk between July 23 and August 23.As you can see 25 condos were sold for under $350,000, and 19 Single Family units were sold in the price range ($450,000 - $600,000). Check also the Sales Report fo...
Posted over 6 years ago
I am including our current inventory for STAMFORD. You will see how active properties are distributed among different price ranges, as well as the average number of days in the market.I will repeat the same analyis in a couple of weeks to follow up on how this inventory is changing. This will be ...
Posted over 6 years ago
I am including our current inventory for Norwalk. You will see how active properties are distributed among different price ranges, as well as the average number of days in the market.I will repeat the same analyis in a couple of weeks to follow up on how this inventory is changing. This will be c...
Posted over 6 years ago
For homes with Selling Prices between $750,000 and $1,000.000 the average price was $866,782 in 2007 and $848,857 in 2006, or a 2.11% higher.The highest difference between the Last Listing Price (properties are showing more price adjustments today than one year ago) and the Final Selling Price wa...
Posted over 6 years ago
Single Family - Norwalk Sales - Jun.13 - Aug.13 (2007 vs. 2006) In the last two months, selling prices of Single Family homes in Norwalk, CT with sale prices between $450,000 and $600,000 have only come down less than 1% compared to selling prices of the same period one year ago. That sub-segment...
Posted over 6 years ago
To understand the attached graphic, i will comment on some of these numbers:While in Danbury Condos in the price range of $400K to $600K were the only ones whose prices were increased, in Stamford we can see that it was the condominiums in a lower price range  ($300K - $400K) the ones who luckily...
Posted over 6 years ago
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