The Running Realtor: Madison Connecticut Home Sales : Mid-Year Update

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Madison Connecticut Home Sales : Mid-Year Update

Single family home sale prices in Madison remain the highest along the shoreline of New Haven County but have dipped more than the neighboring towns of Guilford & Branford.  Prices this quarter are about 11% lower than the same period last year and close to the 2005 price level.

Second Quarter of 2001 :   84 homes sold with the median price of $326,000

Second Quarter of 2002 :   84 homes sold with the median price of $381,000

Second Quarter of 2003 :   80 homes sold with the median price of $452,000

Second Quarter of 2004 :  102 homes sold with the median price of $457,500

Second Quarter of 2005 :   92 homes sold with the median price of $537,500

Second Quarter of 2006 :   77 homes sold with the median price of $608,500

Second Quarter of 2007 :   80 homes sold with the median price of $542,000

 Madison Connecticut Home Sales

Comment balloon 8 commentsNo Longer Active • July 08 2007 07:36PM

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Dan, good to have you back, I hope you are relaxed and ready to go.  Good job on the chart.  That is a big jump in the median price in just six years.
Posted by George Souto, Your Connecticut Mortgage Expert (George Souto NMLS #65149 FHA, CHFA, VA Mortgages) about 12 years ago

George... Very relaxing.. and I didn't even have any Internet withdrawal symptoms....

Posted by No Longer Active (Real Estate) about 12 years ago

Very interesting stats - especially when you compare the different towns.

Sandra

Posted by Sandra Cummings, Real Estate Agent, Guilford Connecticut (William Raveis Real Estate) about 12 years ago
Impressive jump in prices...  and helpful to see in writing that the market is NOT as bad as everyone makes it out to be.  Yours sales per quarter have averaged out ok...  Nice graph (I don't know how to do that!)
Posted by Sandi Bauman, Chico CA Realtor (Chico Homes Real Estate) about 12 years ago
Great job on the charts and wow your market has kind of just gone back to the norm with higher prices..... wonderful :o)
Posted by Thesa Chambers, Principal Broker - Licensed in Oregon (Fred Real Estate Group) about 12 years ago

Dan,

Good information! Nice job with the charts, your market looks pretty good. :)

Posted by Suzanne Sands, Somerset MA Real Estate (Pavao Real Estate) about 12 years ago
Dan, I really like you graph. How did you do that ?
Posted by Missy Caulk, Savvy Realtor - Ann Arbor Real Estate (Missy Caulk TEAM) about 12 years ago
Missy... The graph took bit of work several years ago but was done with Excel.  Now I just extract the quarterly closed sales and the graph updates after a few minor adjustments. 
Posted by No Longer Active (Real Estate) about 12 years ago

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