Greenwich Real Estate Results For The Week: April 23-27

Ok, this is looking somewhat better; 21 executed contracts (one of them is a Dolphin Cove property, but, like the Palmer Hill condos, I consider them to be “almost” Greenwich).

Keep in mind, a few of these never showed up in the “accepted offer” category at all.  Listing brokers, for a variety of reasons, will sometimes sit on the news until all contract contingencies have been met, at which point the contracts become “fully executed”.

Hmmm...looks suspiciously like the Bahamas, but no, it's just good ol' Stamford, CT waterfront. This was the cover photo for 118 Dolphin Cove Quay, which now has a deal. Built in 1971, updated in....well, it wasn't updated, hence the prominent beach photo!

Some brokers and clients are extremely worried about having no other potential buyer to turn to in the event the contracted-with buyer manages to slip away, so they keep quiet about the accepted offer, keep showing the property, and wait for the contingencies to expire.  Get it?


2 thoughts on “Greenwich Real Estate Results For The Week: April 23-27

  1. If 42 Riverside gets anywhere near its asking price, then the new construction premium has gone through the roof. .22 acres and zoned for Cos Cob; Wow.

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