Rosner Doherty In The News
Winter weather slows New Haven area 1Q home sales
The number of existing single-family homes sold in Greater New Haven during the first quarter of this year fell about 18 percent, compared with a year earlier, while prices fell 2 percent, according to data compiled by H. Pearce Real Estate.
Home sales fall, but prices inch up
The number of single-family homes sold in Connecticut continued to fall in September, compared with a year ago, but the median price managed to rise slightly, according to data released Thursday by The Warren Group.
June home sales up 33% from '09
The number of homes sold in Connecticut jumped 33 percent in June compared with a year ago, further evidence that federal tax credits drew some homebuyers into the market, figures released Thursday show.
February home sales statewide increase 27 percent over 2009
New signs emerged Tuesday that the state s housing market is starting to rebound, with a report showing sales of single-family homes soared 27 percent from a year ago in February. Statewide, 1,291 homes sold in February, up from 1,013 a year earlier,...
Apr. 7, 2010
Home sales rise as prices drop
Compared with a weak showing a year earlier, the number of homes sold in Greater New Haven rose 41 percent in the fourth quarter of 2009, as prices continued to decline, according to data from H. Pearce Real Estate. In 29 area communities the North H...
Jan. 12, 2010
Networking group to meet every Wednesday
NEW HAVEN The Greater New Haven Breakfast Club, a networking group nearing its one-year mark, has changed its meeting time and is now gathering weekly at 8 a.m. on Wednesdays at Clark s Dairy, 74 Whitney Ave. The group, which formed in October 2008...
Sep. 6, 2009
Home sales climb in state as prices fall
For the first time in two years, the number of single-family homes sold in Connecticut in July was higher than a year earlier, though prices continued to slump, according to figures released Thursday. Statewide, 2,947 houses sold in July, up 4 percen...
Aug. 28, 2009
April tough for house sales in state
Prices and sales of single-family homes in Connecticut continued to sink by double-digit percentages in April, but New Haven County fared better than most other parts of the state. The latest data from The Warren Group shows statewide home sales fell...
Jun. 4, 2009
Monthly home buyer seminars to launch this week
NEW HAVEN Several area companies and home furnishings retailer Ikea are launching free monthly seminars for first-time home buyers, with the first one slated for Tuesday. The seminars will take place from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on the first Tuesday of ever...
May. 3, 2009
Let s make a deal
The recession s impact on the business landscape has been well documented consumer spending has evaporated, retail sales are sinking, and in the past two weeks alone a major national mall owner filed for bankruptcy protection and it was reported th...
Apr. 26, 2009
A Real Deal? Realtors split on new tax credit's impact
Woven in among the numerous aspects of the government s $787 billion economic stimulus plan is a new tax credit of up to $8,000 for qualifying first-time home buyers, intended to provide a pick-me-up for the nation s ailing housing market. But area e...
Mar. 1, 2009
County s home market bests state
The latest report to confirm that 2008 was a tough year for the housing market shows New Haven County is faring the downturn slightly better than the state overall. Last year, 5,649 single-family homes sold in New Haven County, down 20 percent from 7...
Feb. 3, 2009