Manchester Connecticut Real Estate Market Report-April 2014

The Town of Manchester Connecticut Real Estate Market Report – April 2014

I love living in Manchester Connecticut. Aside from being the  town where I bought my first home in the United States, this city has more than 1,000 acres of park land, a range of housing styles and prices in attractive neighborhoods, Manchester Memorial Hospital, Manchester Community College – an award-winning school system, performing arts organizations, libraries and friendly, community-spirited residents.(Source:

Manchester CT Sold Home

Sold Ranch in a 55+Community – $265,000


Manchester CT Sold Home

Sold Split-Level Home – $200,000




Currently, there are 196 Single Family Homes available for sale in Manchester Connecticut. The most expensive home is listed at $649,900 with 6,952 square feet, 7 bedrooms and 7 1/2 bathrooms.

The average listing price is $223,264 with 1,822 square feet, 3 bedrooms and 1 1/2 bathrooms. There is no significant change in the average listing price from the last month’s report.

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Active 4-2014


There are 95 properties currently under contract as of this writing. Last month, there were 98 properties. This month’s average listing price for properties with pending sale is $167.503 with 1,589 square feet, 3 bedrooms and 1 1 1/2 bathrooms. The average listing price for properties with pending sale last month is $169,621 with 1,604 square feet, 3 bedrooms and 1 1/2 bathrooms.

Based on this data, the average listing price per square foot for this month is $105.41 compared to $105.75. This means there has been no substantial drop or increase in the Manchester CT’s home values.

Under Contract-Manchester -4-14


In February, 19 homes were sold at the average price of $172,868 with average square feet of 1,716, 3 bedrooms and 1 1/2 bathrooms. March performed better with 41 properties to boast with average price of $186,568, average square feet of 1,744, 3 bedrooms and 1 1/2 bathrooms. The average days on the market for February and March are 70 and 82 days, respectively.  The ratio of List Price to Sale is $99.51 and $95.24 in February and March, respectively.

This means that although the number of units sold in March is higher by 22, the sold price in February is much closer to the listing price.

Manchester Sold 2-2014

Manchester Sold 3-2014



Using a 3-month sales history, the current absorption rate is 27.66. At this rate, the current inventory of 196 units is expected to be depleted within 7 months.

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About Maria Gilda Racelis

I am a full-time realtor and a no-nonsense individual when it comes to rendering services to my clients. I take my job and the responsibility it entails seriously. My clients come first. I ensure that they know and feel I am working for their best interest. However, I do not carry out tasks to compromise my principle. I conduct my business with pride, honesty and integrity. I will do whatever it takes to meet their goals while adhering to my principle. "And the connection I make with the clients throughout the process, that to me is how I define success." Buying and selling homes can be very stressful. It is my job to make the process easy and fun as can possibly be for my clients. I take personal gratification from the smile on the faces of highly satisfied clients. I have amassed 100% positive and rewarding testimonials from my clients after many years of experience in real estate business. To enhance competency in the field for my clients' benefit, I continually seek to further my knowledge and expertise. With this in mind, I hold the following designations and expect to add more as the need for them arise. If you are looking to work with a competent professional realtor who will put the best foot forward for your best interest, you have just read her profile. I am always available to listen to your concerns and questions. Please do not hesitate to contact me anytime.
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