Real Estate Markets Vary Widely in Connecticut

Connecticut Gay Real EstateAfter seven years of slowing house sales in Connecticut, this year is off to a pretty appetizing start — at least when it comes to the total number of closings.

House sales rose in each of the first four months of the year, compared with a year ago, capped off by a rousing, 25 percent increase in April. There hasn’t been a streak like that since early 2004.

But prices — falling for more than a year now after an uptick in 2010 — appear to be still on the decline in most cities and towns.

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