New Canaan Home Sales Up 91% in June

Single-family home sales in New Canaan increased 91% in June year-over-year, according to new data. The total number of homes sold rose from 34 to 65 for the month, with the highest increase in the $1 million to $2 million range (from 14 in 2020 to 35 last month), according to data from the New Canaan Board of Realtors. The median sales price increased 57% in the period, from $1,207,500 to $1.9 million, the data show. Here’s a snapshot of the activity:

 

“Another banner month in June for New Canaan real estate,” Melissa Rwambuya, president of the New Canaan Board of Realtors and New Canaan MLS, said in a statement. “Volume of sales and median sales prices up across the board.

New Canaan Home Sales Up 64% in April [UPDATED]

[Editor: A sentence in this article referring inventory has been removed while the Board of Realtors reviews its data, and will be replaced as soon as it’s furnished.]

Sales of single-family homes in New Canaan increased 64% year-over-year in April, new data show. The total number of homes sold jumped to 36 from 22 in the year-ago month, according to data released by the New Canaan Board of Realtors. The median sales price increased by 63% in April, from $1,250,000 to $2,042,500, according to the data. Here’s a snapshot of sales activity:

 

Melissa Rwambuya, president of the Board, called the New Canaan real estate market “robust.”

“Inventory is low and the median sale prices of both condos and houses are up substantially year over year,” she said in a statement. “We’re welcoming lots of new families to New Canaan.”

Year-to-date, the median sales price for single-family homes is up 32%, from $1,250,000 to $1,650,000, according to the data.

‘Another Fantastic Month’: New Canaan Home Sales Rise Sharply in February

New Canaan single-family home sales increased more than fivefold year-over-year in February, new data show. The increase, from four to 22, represents a 450% and reflects strong sales in the $2 million to $3 million range, at five, according to data provided by the New Canaan Board of Realtors. “February was another fantastic month for single family home sales on the New Canaan Multiple Listing Service,” the organization’s president, Melissa Rwambuya, said in a statement. “Unit sales were up over 400% and the median sale price was up 13%, year over year. Buyer demand continues to outstrip low inventory, making it a great time to list a home for sale.”

She referred to the median sales price in February of $1,461,000, compared to $1,288,615 in 2020.

New Canaan Home Sales Double in January

Sales of single-family homes in New Canaan doubled in January, new data show. Driven mostly by sales in the $1 million to $2 million range, sales increased from 14 to 28 for the month on a year-over-year basis, according to data complied by the New Canaan Board of Realtors. The median home price also increased 20% year-over-year, from $1,213,500 to $1,450,700, according to the data. Here’s a snapshot of sales activity: 

 

Melissa Rwambuya, president of the New Canaan Board of Realtors and MLS, said in a statement, “What a difference a year makes. Single family home sales in New Canaan are up 100% over last January, condos 40% and median prices have also risen in both categories.

New Canaan Home Sales Up 129% in December

New Canaan home sales more than doubled year-over-year, from 17 to 39, in the month of December, according to new data. The 129% increase largely reflects a steep rise in the number of homes sold in the $1 million to $2 million market, according to data from the New Canaan Board of Relators. 

The median sales price also rose 7% in December, from $1.5 million to $1.6 million, the data show. Here’s a snapshot of sales activity:

 

 

Melissa Rwambuya, the Board’s president, called December “another solid monthly performance” in a statement. “Inventory and the number of days on market are both significantly lower than a year ago at this time,” she said. “It’s a great time to sell a home in New Canaan and always a great time to buy, settle here and take advantage of all the community has to offer.”

Homes in December spent an average of 142 days on the market, compared to 262 one year ago, a 46% decrease, the data show.