Connecticut unit sales rose 16.8 percent while median sale price climbed 6.4 percent. The percentage price increase was the second highest in the region, trailing only New Hampshire’s 9.1 percent. Connecticut’s unit sale percentage increase was the smallest of the five states with Rhode Island’s 43 percent being the highest accompanied by a 4.4 percent rise in median price.
Connecticut’s median price climbed to $265,000 from $248,975 while unit sales rose to 2,644 from 2,264 in October 2011, RE/MAX said.
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