In contrast, she said, “Inventory is moving in the $500,000 to $600,000 range, with some sellers seeing multiple offers.”
Data from the Hudson Gateway Multiple Listing Service showed that on Dec. 21, there were 76 single-family homes on the market. They ranged from a one-bedroom, 1,266-square-foot ranch, built in 1965 on 4.99 acres, for $274,900, to a five-bedroom, 5,286-square-foot colonial, built in 2000 on 1.7 acres, for $1,545,000. There were 37 condominiums for sale, ranging from a one-bedroom for $255,000 to a three-bedroom for $939,000, and there were 14 rentals, priced from $1,950 to $3,250 a month.
The median sales price for single-family homes during the 12-month period ending Dec. 21 was $527,000, down from $552,500 the previous 12 months. For condominiums, the median sales price was $410,000, unchanged from the previous 12 months. The median rental was $2,650, also unchanged from the previous year.
Mr. Morrissey described Somers as a close-knit community “with a small-town feel.” Residents enjoy summertime block parties, well-attended high school football games, Veterans and Memorial Day parades and the annual Celebrate Somers festival. They gather at the 82-acre Reis Park, one of six town parks and site of ball fields, tennis courts, nature trails and the Somers Library.