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Connecticut condos battered, but see light.

Byline: C. J. Hughes

From the September issue: Connecticut may be known as the land of steady habits, but Fairfield County's condo market might be more accurately called the home of the fire sale. There are price chops up and down the Metro-North line, from emerging downtown markets in Stamford and Bridgeport to the established affluent suburbs of Greenwich. To move properties, some developers have turned to auctions and eaten huge losses, while others are offering incentives to stoke buyers' interest for remaining units left unsold. Now, however, the market may be on the mend. After the jump, The Real Deal looks at the state of some of Fairfield County's more notable condos. [more]
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Author:Hughes, C.J.
Publication:The Real Deal
Geographic Code:1U1CT
Date:Sep 10, 2010
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