Wallingford CT Market Snapshot for February 2014

by Harriman Real Estate on March 31, 2014

Here’s whats happening in the Wallingford CT housing market as of February 28, 2014:There are currently 165 single family homes for sale in Wallingford:

  • Low list price: $32,900
  • High list price: $1,299,000
  • Average list price: $336,254
  • Median list price: $304,900
  • Average Days on Market: 85
  • Homes sold on average for 95.8% of list price

There are 52 homes currently under contract, priced between $55,000 and $749,000. Based on the number of homes sold in February (11), it would take approximately 15 months to sell the current inventory.

As for condominiums, there are currently 69 condos for sale:

  • Low list price: $64,000
  • High list price: $579,500
  • Average list price: $204,176
  • Median list price: $184,900
  • Average Days on Market: 115
  • Condos sold on average for 92.3% of list price

There are currently 20 condos under contract, priced between $75,000 and $424,000. Based on the number of condos sold in February (6), it would take 12 months to sell the current inventory.

Wallingford home sales tumbled to only 17 units sold in February, the lowest sales level in two years and a trend we’ve seen in many areas recently, probably due in part to the horrible weather we experienced last month. Thirty year conventional mortgage rates yoyo-ed a bit over the past 30 days, starting at 4.25%then going to 4.375% where they’re at now, while CHFA rates for first time home buyers have remained stable at 3.50 percent.

Inventory levels rose by 11.0% in February and are still at their lowest levels in two years. The drop in sales, combined with the rise in available inventory, has put Wallingford into an extreme buyer’s market with just over 13 months of inventory now available, up by more than double from last month. The real estate market is still getting busier as temperatures rise though, so we are still predicting a good year for the Wallingford housing market, and March should see some good improvement. Interest rates were predicted late last year to begin a slow rise into the 5% range, but so far they have remained stable so this should encourage buyers to see what’s on …

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Below are highlight properties for Wallingford CT Market Snapshot for February 2014. See more at the full report:
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Status: Non MLS Listing
26 DUNCAN ST, Wallingford, CT
$249900
4 BEDROOMS
2 BATHROOMS [ 2 FULL ]
LISTING MLS ID: N341128
Listing Courtesy of: Pat Harriman

Status: Active
10 CHERYL AVE, Wallingford, CT
$179900
3 BEDROOMS
1 BATHROOMS [ 1 FULL ]
LISTING MLS ID: N341873
Listing Courtesy of: Emilia Menna-Erdmann

Status: Active
538 PILGRIM HBR #538, Wallingford, CT
$249900
2 BEDROOMS
3 BATHROOMS [ 2 FULL, 1 HALF ]
LISTING MLS ID: N345824
Listing Courtesy of: CT Property Sisters

Status: Just Listed
289 HIGHLAND AVE, Wallingford, CT
$300000
4 BEDROOMS
2 BATHROOMS [ 2 FULL ]
LISTING MLS ID: N347220
Listing Courtesy of: Christine Zygmont-Ross

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Harriman Real Estate Promotes Wallingford Artists

by Harriman Real Estate on March 25, 2014

As some of you know, back in January we realized a long-running vision of opening a brick-and-mortar office here in Wallingford for our real estate brokerage. After working in “virtual office” mode for many years, both before and after forming our own company, it was both a rewarding and eye-opening experience, to say the least! The response from the community and our clients has been very gratifying, and we’re extremely happy with our decision, even though many brokerages are moving in the opposite direction, from physical offices to virtual ones.

One of the things we wanted to make sure we did with our office was to promote and feature our town, its history and the people that make it such a great place to live. In our conference room we have a couple of reproductions of old maps of the town as it was in 1881 and 1905, and the hallway outside it is lined with pictures of historic places in town, such as the Judd, Potter, and Moses Y. Beach mansions and even one of the building our office is in, giving visitors a rare glimpse back into the history of Wallingford.

Harriman Real Estate's Wallingford Inspires art wall

Another feature of our office, and one we’re most proud of, is our “Wallingford Inspires…” wall of local art. Our plan is to feature one Wallingford artist on the wall for a period of 60 days, and then pass the opportunity on to the next artist for 60 days, and so on. The art is all Wallingford themed and will be in a variety of formats and media. For the first 60 day display we featured local photographer Wendy Kenerson and her beautiful images of Mackenzie Reservoir, Gouveia Vineyards, and more (see above image). Her display will remain up until the end of March, at which time the next art on display will be photo collages of Wallingford barns done by art students at Lyman Hall High School and will run until the end of May.

We have a full year of artists lined up to display their work and they have all been extremely enthusiastic about the opportunity, especially since it can be hard for aspiring artists to get their work in front of the public without contracting with a studio. The majority of the artwork on display is available for purchase, with 100% of the profit going to the artist. So far, the reception to the art wall has been very positive, and we’re so glad to give these local people a venue to expose their work to the public.

We hope that, if you’re in the area, you’ll stop by and see the amazing art that is being created and displayed by our local artists. And if you’re a local artist who would like to display your art on our wall, give us a call at (203) 672-4499 and let’s talk!

 

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Harriman Real Estate Open Houses for March 16 2014

by Harriman Real Estate on March 14, 2014

Harriman Real Estate LLC is holding the following five open houses this weekend. In conjunction with Dave & Michelle Poulin of Prime Lending. we will be giving away an iPad Mini to one lucky attendee! Just fill out an entry form at any of the following open house locations and you might be the winner!

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Meriden:

Open house hosted by Paula Senna Sunday from 1 – 3pm:

OH478Brownstone

Open house hosted by Stacey McPherson Sunday from 1 – 3pm:

OH73Parker

Wallingford:

Open house hosted by Karen Gryga Burdacki Sunday from 12 – 2pm:

OH32APilgrimHarbor

Open house hosted by Karen Patrocinio Sunday from 1 – 3pm:

OH26Duncan

Middletown:

Open house hosted by Heather & Bill Salafia Sunday 1 – 3pm:

OH20Tryon

For more information on these or any of our other fine listings, call us at (203)-672-4499!

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Just Listed: 15 Fairview Ave, Meriden CT 06451

by Harriman Real Estate on March 11, 2014

Beautiful 3 bedroom home for sale in Meriden, CT!

Just Listed

Presented by: Kim Vogt

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15 FAIRVIEW AVE

Meriden, CT 06451

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms : 1 ( 1 full )

List Price: $179,500

Living Area Approx :
1006

Come and enjoy the tranquility on the wrap-around deck that overlooks the flower gardens on this updated ranch home. Newer kitchen and bath, re-finished hardwood flooring, fully finished basement with tile flooring and heat. Electric updated and more.

Feature List:

MLS#: N346434

Property Type: Residential

Property Subtype: Single Family Detached

Lot Size: 0 acres

Appliances: Dishwasher, Garbage Disposer, Microwave, Oven, Refrigerator

Architecture Style: Ranch

Has Basement: true

Heating Systems: Baseboard, Radiant

NewConstruction: No

 

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4 Questions to Ask Your Wallingford CT Home Inspector

by Harriman Real Estate on March 6, 2014

When you buy a Wallingford home, you need to know exactly what you’re buying. Imagine how frustrated you’d be to find out that the hot water heater wasn’t working—in the middle of a shower! This is why you should have a home inspection before you buy your home. A home inspection is an important part of buying your home. Before you hire a home inspector, ask candidates a few questions to make sure you hire a trustworthy inspector.

A good home inspector will make sure your Wallingford home is in good shape!
  1. What does your inspection cover? Not all inspections are the same. Ask for copies of previous home inspections so you can see exactly what they will check inside the home. If you are concerned about something specific, like a leaky faucet in the bathroom, mention that to the inspector so they can check it out.

  2. Are you licensed or certified? If you live in a state that licenses home inspectors, ask to see their license. At the very least, choose a home inspector who belongs to American Society of Home Inspectors. This shows a level of professionalism and education that you can trust.

  3. What kind of report will you give me? You should expect a written report detailing what the inspector found. Most inspectors will give you a typed report within a week of the inspection. Make sure the inspector will be available to explain anything on the report that doesn’t make sense to you.

  4. Will I be able to attend the inspection? If the inspector refuses to let you be present during the home inspection, find someone else. This is your chance to know exactly what you are buying and what potential repairs you or the seller will have to make.

As your real estate agent, I will guide you through the home buying process. Let me help you find your new Wallingford home. Call me today at 203-605-3873 or email me at pharriman@harrimanre.com. 


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Meriden CT Market Snapshot for January 2014

by Harriman Real Estate on March 1, 2014

Here’s whats happening in the Meriden CT housing market as of January 31, 2014:There are currently 218 single family homes for sale in Meriden:Low list price: $19,900
High list price: $359,000
Average list price: $176,905
Median list price: $170,500
Average Days on Market: 78
Homes sold on average for 96.4% of list price

There are 69 homes currently under contract, priced between $35,000 and $449,000. Based on the number of homes sold in January (20), it would take approximately 11 months to sell the current inventory.

As for condominiums, there are currently 73 condos for sale:

Low list price: $30,000
High list price: $299,900
Average list price: $116,435
Median list price: $104,900
Average Days on Market: 74
Condos sold on average for 93.3% of list price

There are currently 25 condos under contract, priced between $20,000 and $235,000. Based on the number of condos sold in January (5), it would take 15 months to sell the current inventory.

Meriden home sales started 2014 at 25 units sold, which represents adrop of 7% from both the previous month and January of 2012, but an increase of 9.4% over January of 2013.It was also the lowest level of sales since February of 2013. Maybe the polar vortex is largelyto blame? Thirty year conventional mortgage rates have maintained a 4.25% for some time now, while CHFA rates for first time home buyers have also been stable for several weeks and now sit at 3.50 percent.

Inventory levels dropped 7.0% in January from the previous month and now stand at their lowest levels since March of 2013. Because of the drop in sales and inventory, Meriden has regressed into a normal buyer’s market with just over 11 months of inventory now available The real estate market …

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Below are highlight properties for Meriden CT Market Snapshot for January 2014. See more at the full report:
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Status: Active
73 PARKER RD, Meriden, CT
$259900
4 BEDROOMS
2 BATHROOMS [ 1 FULL, 1 HALF ]
LISTING MLS ID: N344406
Listing Courtesy of: Stacey MacPherson-Ranciato

Status: Pending
90 GREEN RD, Meriden, CT
$192900
3 BEDROOMS
2 BATHROOMS [ 2 FULL, 0 HALF ]
LISTING MLS ID: N343801
Listing Courtesy of: Pat Harriman

Status: Active
30 CLINTON ST, Meriden, CT
$1000
2 BEDROOMS
1 BATHROOMS [ 1 FULL, 0 HALF ]
LISTING MLS ID: N342715
Listing Courtesy of: Christine Zygmont-Ross

Status: Active
163 METACOMET DR #163, Meriden, CT
$165000
2 BEDROOMS
2 BATHROOMS [ 1 FULL, 1 HALF ]
LISTING MLS ID: N345505
Listing Courtesy of: Christine Zygmont-Ross

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Wallingford CT Market Snapshot for January 2014

by Harriman Real Estate on February 28, 2014

Heres whats happening in the Wallingford CT housing market as of January 31, 2014:

There are currently 153 single family homes for sale in Wallingford:

Low list price: $67,500
High list price: $1,299,000
Average list price: $341,449
Median list price: $309,900
Average Days on Market: 77
Homes sold on average for 94.2% of list price

There are 51 homes currently under contract, priced between $38,000 and $749,000. Based on the number of homes sold in January (26), it would take approximately 6 months to sell the current inventory.

As for condominiums, there are currently 57 condos for sale:

Low list price: $53,900
High list price: $579,500
Average list price: $206,795
Median list price: $185,900
Average Days on Market: 175
Condos sold on average for 97.8% of list price

There are currently 22 condos under contract, priced between $75,000 and $330,000. Based on the number of condos sold in January (5), it would take 11 months to sell the current inventory.

Wallingford home sales started 2014 at 33 units sold, the lowest sales level since March of 2013. It was, however, a 32% increase over January of 2012, and a 10% increase over January of 2013. Thirty year conventional mortgage rates have maintained a 4.25% for some time now, while CHFA rates for first time home buyers have also been stable for several weeks and now sit at 3.50 percent.

Inventory levels dropped 7.0% in January and now stand at their lowest levels in two years. Despite the drop, Wallingford remains firmly in a balanced market with just a tad over 6 months of inventory now available. The real estate market is heating up now and inventory and sales prices should continue to rise as the year progresses. Interest rates were predicted late …

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Below are highlight properties for Wallingford CT Market Snapshot for January 2014. See more at the full report:
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Status: Active
10 CHERYL AVE, Wallingford, CT
$179900
3 BEDROOMS
1 BATHROOMS [ 1 FULL, 0 HALF ]
LISTING MLS ID: N341873
Listing Courtesy of: Emilia Menna-Erdmann

Status: Active
32 PILGRIM HBR #32A, Wallingford, CT
$185900
2 BEDROOMS
2 BATHROOMS [ 2 FULL, 0 HALF ]
LISTING MLS ID: N343009
Listing Courtesy of: Pat Harriman

Status: Active
26 DUNCAN ST, Wallingford, CT
$249900
4 BEDROOMS
2 BATHROOMS [ 2 FULL, 0 HALF ]
LISTING MLS ID: N341128
Listing Courtesy of: Pat Harriman

Status: Leased
272 WARD ST, Wallingford, CT
$1600
3 BEDROOMS
2 BATHROOMS [ 1 FULL, 1 HALF ]
LISTING MLS ID: N344352
Listing Courtesy of: Pat Harriman

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Connecticut Winter Wine Trail in Full Swing

by Harriman Real Estate on February 17, 2014

If you're like us, you enjoy a nice glass of wine. And, you've probably made your way around the state to many of Connecticut's vineyards and sampled their offerings. You might even have participated in the passport program of the CT Wine Trail, trying (like us) to win that 2 week trip to Spain. Without luck.


If you haven't heard of the Wine Trail, ​check out this post to get acquainted. It's a great way to become familiar with the over 30 wineries and vineyards in Connecticut, sample some delicious wine and enter to win some amazing prizes as well, including that aforementioned 2 week trip to Spain! The biggest drawback, if indeed it IS a drawback, is that the program only runs from May through mid-November, when all passports must be turned in to be eligible for the drawing. After that, it was just sit back and wait for the drawing to see if you were a lucky winner. Until now, that is.

Winter Wine Trail passport


​This year, three local wineries have banded together to hold the CT Coast & Country Wine Trail. Wallingford's Gouveia Vineyards and Paradise Hills Vineyard, and Guilford's Bishop's Orchards Winery have partnered to form this mini-passport program during the winter months when most of the state's vineyards are closed. The program started on January 1st and runs through March 30th, and all you have to do to participate is visit one of those places and pick up a passport card and have it stamped at all three wineries. Turn it in by March 30th and you could be the luck winner of one of several great prizes, including the grand prize of a 2 night stay at Water's Edge Resort & Spa, with brunch, valued at over $750! For more info, check out their Facebook page.

So, if you're looking for something to do during all this cold, snowy weather, venture out to one of the participating wineries, get your passport card and get started! You can thank me later...​

Also Of Interest...

If you're in the Litchfield Hills or want to experience the wines of that region, there is also a Litchfield Winter Wine Trail, with half a dozen wineries taking part. This program also ends on March 30th. To find out more, check out this post!

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Wallingford Celebrates Valentine’s Day 2014

by Harriman Real Estate on February 12, 2014

Valentine's Day CardIf you’re looking for a place to have a nice romantic dinner with your significant other, something to make them feel really special, or just a little something to say “I love you”, look no further than these local Wallingford establishments:

Don Giovanni’s Bistro, 680 No. Colony Road, 203-265-3407 – A special menu available for Valentine’s Day, reservations recommended. A complimentary rose for your loved one! www.dongiovannisbistro.com

Zandri’s Stillwood Inn, 1074 S. Colony Road, 203-269-6695 – Valentine’s Day Sweetheart Ball, Saturday, February 15th, $130 per couple, event opens at 6:30 with cocktails, coffee and hors d’oevres, and dinner at 7:30. Have a complimentary romantic souvenir photo taken in their photo booth. Call for reservations or email sales@stillwood.com. www.stillwood.com

Dad’s Restaurant, 740 N. Colony Road, 203-265-4868 – Treat Dad to a Valentine’s Day breakfast or lunch on February 14th. Coupon for 20% off available in the Record-Journal. www.dadswallingford.com

Laskara Restaurant, 295 Parker Farms Road, 203-679-0844 – Valentine’s Day dinner served all day, call for reservations. All diners receive complimentary chocolate covered strawberries. www.laskararestaurant.com

Los Mariachis Grill, 105 N. Colony Street, 203-265-1838 – A special Valentine’s Day menu will be served on February 14th. www.losmariachisgrill.com

BONUS! Amore Apizza, 83 No. Turnpike Road, 203-265-2379 – Offering $2.00 off any large pizza to any babysitters who are watching the kids while Mom & Dad are out on their date night! When you call in your order, just tell them “I’m the Sitter” to get the deal!

Wallingford Flower Shoppe, 190 Center Street, 203-265-1514 – Valentine’s Day roses available, “It’s like a kiss that lasts all week”. Call to order today or order online at www.wallingfordflower.com

Serenity Salon & Day Spa, 118 Center Street, 203-265-4419 – Choose from several Valentine’s Day packages for one person or couples, call today to schedule an appointment. www.serenityofwallingford.com

Body & Soul Day Spa, 26 N. Main Street, 203-269-3223 – Offering several massage packages for couples, call for an appointment. www.thebodyandsouldayspa.com

Touch of Sun Tanning Salon, 200 Church Street, 203-269-9227 – Offering Valentine’s Day massage, mani/pedi packages, plus 15% off gift card purchases through 2/14. Call for an appointment. www.touchofsun.net

Valentine’s Day Trivia:

  • About three percent of pet owners give Valentine’s Day gifts to their pets.
  • One-third of all Valentine’s Day cards are accompanied by gifts.
  • Hallmark has more than 1,330 different cards specifically for Valentine’s Day.
  • About one quarter of Valentine’s Day cards have humorous messages.
  • American women say they’d rather receive chocolate than flowers on Valentine’s Day.
  • Teachers will receive the most Valentine’s Day cards, followed by children, mothers, wives, and sweethearts.
  • About one billion Valentine’s Day cards are exchanged each year. The holiday is second only to Christmas in terms of the number of cards sent.
  • The celebration of Valentine’s Day can be traced to the ancient Roman holiday of the Lupercal, which honored Lupercus the Lycaean, who protected flocks of sheep from wolves.
  • Seventy percent of those celebrating Valentine’s Day show their affection by giving a card. Others make a telephone call (49 percent), give a gift (48 percent), plan a special dinner (37 percent), give candy (33 percent), have a meal in a restaurant (30 percent), or give flowers (19 percent).
  • Pope Gelasius declared February 14 to be Saint Valentine’s Day in 498 A.D.
  • Richard Cadbury invented the first Valentine’s Day candy box in the late 1800s.
  • The Italian city of Verona, where Shakespeare’s lovers Romeo and Juliet lived, receives about 1,000 letters addressed to Juliet every Valentine’s Day.
  • The Chocolate Manufacturers Association of America says 36 million boxes of chocolate are sold for Valentine’s Day.
  • About 110 million roses, most of them red, will be sold for Valentine’s Day this year.
  • Alexander Graham Bell applied for his patent on the telephone, an “improvement in telegraphy,” on Valentine’s Day, 1876.
  • Valentine’s Day was originally associated with the mating season of birds.
  • Fifteen percent of women in the United States send themselves flowers on Valentine’s Day.
  • During Abraham Lincoln’s campaign for President, a Democrat named Valentine Tapley swore he would never shave again if Abe were elected. Tapley kept his word and his chin whiskers went unshaved from November 1860 until he died in 1910, attaining a length of 12 feet six inches.
  • Americans spend $655 million each Valentine’s Day on candy, making it the fourth biggest holiday of the year for confectionery purchases, after Halloween, Christmas and Easter (in that order).
  • In the U.S., it’s estimated that 64 percent of men do not make plans in advance for Valentine’s Day.
  • During Victorian times, it was considered bad luck to sign a Valentine’s Day card.
  • Eighty percent of all Valentine cards are purchased for relatives.

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Wallingford’s Seasons of Celebrations Promises Fun For All Ages

by Harriman Real Estate on December 5, 2013

Santa Claus is coming to town!If anyone had any doubts about whether or not the holidays have arrived, let me put them to rest. Of course, Thanksgiving has come and gone in all it’s basted, browned, bubbly glory, and the holiday craft fairs are in full swing. But another upcoming event is sure to bring out the holiday spirit in everyone: The Wallingford Seasons of Celebrations.

Scheduled for December 7th from 1PM to 5:45PM, this annual event started decades ago at the downtown train station as a meet-and-greet for Santa Claus, but in recent years has moved uptown and expanded to include a variety of fun activities. The town is sponsoring most of the activities, which are free, and most will take place in or around Town Hall.

Here’s list of the happenings:

  • O little town of Wallingford...Kids can visit with Santa & Mrs. Claus from 1PM to 4PM in the foyer of Town Hall
  • There will be a petting zoo for kids from 1PM to 4PM
  • The Yalesville Volunteer Fire Department will collect toys for Wallingford children from 1PM to 3PM
  • Hot cocoa and cookies to keep you warm and toasty will be available from 1:30PM until they run out
  • A photo booth will be open from 2PM to 5PM, courtesy of Show Stopper Entertainment
  • Horse-drawn carriage rides will be offered in front of Town Hall from 1PM to 4PM
  • The Yankee Chorus will sing Christmas carols from 2PM to 3PM
  • Roasting of chestnuts on an open fire will happen from 1:30PM to 4:30PM, courtesy of Little Portion Acres
  • Rudolph with your nose so bright, will you be in our parade tonight?The “Frosty Parade”, led by Dr. Lou Ferraro, will start at 5:15PM and will feature Frosty the Snowman and Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer
  • The Wallingford Chorus will sing carols at the gazebo in Fishbein Park at 5:30PM, followed by a reading of “Twas the Night Before Christmas” by Wallingford Mayor William Dickinson, Jr.
  • The Christmas tree lighting ceremony will take place at 5:45PM

This year’s event again promises to be fun for kids of all ages and an exciting kick-off to the town’s holiday celebration. While we hope for good weather, would it be blasphemous to wish for just a little bit of snow? Regardless of the forecast, we hope for a great turnout and hope to see you there!

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