Contracts reported

Five so far today, all in the low end of the market, which mirrors the national trend: lack of inventory at the "starter home" segment, and a glut at the high end.

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32 Sundance, in Cos Cob, asking $949,000, found a buyer in 14 days.

83 View Street, Byram, $799,000, started at $825,000, took 181 days to find a buyer.

19 Mallard Drive, never budged from its price of $1.350 and though it took 177 days, it too has found a buyer. Staging lacked the Greenwich zebra skin (in temporary use at 14 Mountain Wood Drive) but it did include "the chair", and, of course, orange.

37 Glen Road, by the hospital, $1.295. No yard to speak of, but convenient to town.

37 Glen Road

37 Glen Road

13 Wilmot

13 Wilmot

13 Wilmot, Riverside, $1.395 million, 19 days. It failed to sell in years past, probably because it rests on the railroad tracks, but a cut in price and the addition of hydraulic lifts to raise it above onrushing trains seems to have done the trick.