Some Connecticut Real Estate Markets Increase Almost 17%
The numbers may be all over the map, but one thing is clear about Connecticut's real estate market: it continues to march ever upward. While some parts of the state are up just 3.5%, other parts of the state are up almost 17%!
I Was Here Comes to One World Trade Center
We are excited to announced that I Was Here, a project led by our very own Marjorie Guyon, will open their latest public art display at One World Trade Center starting October 12th through October 22nd.
Wall Street Luxury Takes Equity Stake in Chilton & Chadwick Brand
The deal aims to increase the size, reach and effectiveness of both firms with offices now in Greenwich, CT and Palm Beach, FL.
Green(wich)er on the Other Side
Greenwich is an incredibly diverse town with something for everyone, especially those coming from New York City.
Nantucket: Exploring the Gem of New England
From thrilling water sports and scenic bike rides to unforgettable sunsets and charming boutiques, Nantucket has something for everyone.
Connecticut Housing Market Grows Despite Interest Rates
The Connecticut single-family housing market largely continues to see sales price increases despite large increases in interest rates over the last year.
Good news in January 2023 for the Connecticut real estate market
It may be cold in Connecticut but the real estate market is hot! Find out how the Connecticut real estate market performed in January 2023, including Fairfield County, the CT Shoreline and Litchfield County.
Rhode Island home prices surge almost 6%
Not unlike New York and Connecticut’s markets, Rhode Island’s median sales price continues to rise while inventory continues to whither. Learn more from Chilton & Chadwick’s Rhode Island head, Jason Gregory, about where the market has been and where it is going.
More good news than bad in Q1 2023 for the Connecticut Real Estate market
In Q1 2023, Fairfield County's real estate market remains stable despite a 60% increase in interest rates, with bidding wars and high prices. Litchfield County experiences a decline in prices, while the CT Shoreline shows resilience with a slight price increase. The Connecticut market remains strong despite challenges.