Sales of homes in Greenwich are down for the third quarter except the higher priced ones, according to Crain's New York.
There were 152 single-family houses sold in the three-month period to June, down by 11% from the prior year, said the Crain's New York article, citing a report by a real estate appraiser.
The sales' median price went up by 9.5%, the largest increase for a quarter since year-end 2017, to $2.03 million, said Crain's New York.
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