Connecticut Hard Money LoansRyan G. Wright2020-02-25T04:17:11+06:00
We currently do not fund investments in CT.
* DHM does not guarantee that each or any particular deal funded with a Connecticut hard money loan will result in profit.
Connecticut Real Estate Market Statistics (2015)
Connecticut is the third smallest state in the United States, rich in national history. It is one of the Thirteen Colonies to revolt against British rule during the American Revolution and is now known for beautiful rivers and spectacular seasons throughout the year. Its beauty has spread among home-buyers, turning Connecticut into a must-see state. The number of real estate flips has risen 45% in the past year. Home prices are starting to drop in Connecticut, bringing great news to investors looking to purchase a property at a discounted rate. Courant.com states, “buyers are benefiting from the affordable asking prices as well as mortgage rates that have yet to rise much above their historic lows.” If you’re looking for a great deal, Connecticut is a great place to start.
National Average: $188,900
Connecticut Metro Areas: $289,900
National Average: $55,000
Connecticut Metro Areas: $90,950
Number of Houses Flipped
National Average: 179,778
Connecticut Metro Areas: 7,363
% Change in Houses Flipped
National Average: 0.2%
Connecticut Metro Areas: $45%