Fab Real Estate Blog: Brookfield, CT - May, 2009 Real Estate Market Report

Brookfield, CT - May, 2009 Real Estate Market Report

Brookfield, Connecticut Real Estate Update
May, 2009 

Closed home sales in Brookfield, Connecticut: 

Single Family Homes: 
There were 10 single family home sales closed in Brookfield, CT.

The median closed sales price was $425,000.
On average, these homes sold for 94.0% of their final list price. 
Days on Market average 197 days of market time.

This compares to 17 closed sales in May, 2008, with a median closed sales price of $475,000.

Condos: 
There were 7 condominium sales closed in Brookfield, CT. 
The median sales price was $280,000. 
These units sold for 93.5% of the most recent list price. 

This compares to 8 closed sales in May, 2008 with a median sales price of $217,000.

 

Brookfield CT Median Sales Prices

 

Currently available homes for sale in Brookfield, Connecticut:

Single Family Homes:
Currently, there are 120 single family homes for sale in Brookfield, CT.
List Prices range from $185,000 for an antique cape to $2,495,000 for a Lake Lillinonah waterfront home.

Condos:
Currently, there are 41 condos for sale in Brookfield, CT. List prices range from $130,000 for a one-bedroom unit to $609,900 for a new unit in an active adult community.




Brookfield, Connecticut, is located between Candlewood Lake and Lake Lillinonah, creating a multitude of water recreation opportunities in the town. Several lake communities border Candlewood Lake, and typically offer a private beach for residents, boat docks and other amenities. Brookfield enjoys a population of about 16,000 residents.

This Market Report prepared by:
Don Fabrizio-Garcia, REALTOR
Connecticut Real Estate & Appraisals
203.746.1199
Connecticut Real Estate and Homes for Sale

Data compiled from the Greater Fairfield County MLS and believed to be accurate.

 

 

Comment balloon 1 commentDon Fabrizio-Garcia • June 23 2009 09:23AM

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