New data from brokerage and online listings portal Redfin suggests Hartford’s housing market is staying competitive, even as for-sale listings are shrinking.
With demand from people relocating to more sun-drenched markets thanks to an ability to work remotely already fading, many Sun Belt metros face a growing risk of seeing a downturn in their housing markets, according to a new analysis.
New listings increased slightly in the Hartford Area, but total inventory of for-sale homes and condominiums is still far below what it was last year, Zillow reports.
A new survey from the National Association of Realtors weighted towards buyers and sellers in metro areas heavily hit by the coronavirus has found indications many would be ready to visit an open house today, despite the pandemic.
A new study from Redfin has found Hartford’s housing market is not at risk of declining prices or other negative impacts in the event of an economic slowdown.