Real Estate Trends in Wilton: 2011-2012

Trends in Wilton CT 06897 2011-2012 Sold vs. List Price

This graph shows the current trends in the market for Wilton. The median list price in March for single family homes in Wilton is $849,500. The list prices dropped by -3.46% from the previous month.

The price per square foot for listings in this area is $287.

The median sale price in December for single family homes was $706,250. The sale prices dropped by -11.38% from the previous month.

Here's looking forward to a beautiful Spring. Let's hope this gorgeous weather continues and we see a nice turn around!

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Amo Probus April 02, 2012 at 11:02 AM
Read this article and learn how Brennan is once again trying to slip an outrageous tax hike under the table! http://www.acorn-online.com/joomla15/wiltonbulletin/news/localnews/118512-town-road-restoration-plan-sparks-debate.html Its not just the road project, its also the water tanker purchase and especially the grossly wasteful fiber optic plan. He is hoping voters will react negatively to an obvious cable boondoggle and overlook the outright fleecing of the Wilton taxpayer on the other items. Thank goodness we have Lynn Vanderslice to help keep a watchful eye on this nonsense. Come on Brennan ! Where the devil is the full disclosure you "promised!"
Del Dridle April 02, 2012 at 12:57 PM
We repeatedly point out the Brennan is too old for this very important position. He is a nice guy; but, we need a younger and smarter leader...From storm responses, overstaffing and protection of expensive salaries and pensions, road repair, 3x tear up of River Road in three years and the Police and Fire staff pretty much doing whatever they want. Under Brennan's helm our taxes have doubled... Ouch...those flowers lining the streets turned out to be very expensive camouflage for the skyrocketing monies that this town spends...
Amo Probus April 02, 2012 at 10:19 PM
I do not think this is an age issue... He is incompetent, insincere, arrogant (to quote Cicero) and a spendthrift. We treated him pretty well over the years so one would think he would at least try to be professional. But now, after seeing this year's budget nonsense, I have lost all respect for him.
Diane Kuczo April 03, 2012 at 03:06 PM
Then someone run against him... he ran uncontested last election (if I remember correctly, and sometimes I don't), so rather than complain, get involved. Get out and vote, run for office, get involved in the budget process...
Resident April 04, 2012 at 08:26 PM
Woe on every resident of this community if the insanely wasteful fiber optic plan is allowed to proceed. Any proper evaluation would show this project fall short on documented business need, it represents an irrational technical approach and it lacks any form of financial justification. Even if the connectivity needs were a pressing requirement there are far less expensive solutions.


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