Connecticut saw a boost in home sales in September. According to the Warren Group, a Boston-based real estate data firm, 2,326 single family homes sold in the state in the month. That’s up 21.4 percent from September of 2012.
Prices are also continuing to rise, up 8.7 percent from the same time a year ago. It marks the twelfth consecutive month of rising prices. The median price of a single family home in the state is now $250,000.
The Warren Group says this was the strongest September for sales since 2007. Home sales have been on a strong upward trend throughout this year so far.