The Greenwich real estate market is a $1.4 billion market that shapes much of life in Greenwich. We have more high-end houses than the rest of the state combined. Greenwich has a broad spectrum of housing types and price ranges that attracts a diverse population. Much of the vitality of Greenwich comes from this varied population from many different backgrounds and national origins. At the same time changes in the state and federal tax law, laws in Hartford and changing taste are roiling the market and affecting prices, but in different ways in different neighborhoods. Hear Mark Pruner speak about what is going on in the market and what trends are shaping value of houses in Greenwich. He will also talk about how each neighborhood is doing and how values are likely tochange with the 2020 revaluation.
Mark writes the very popular real estate column in the Greenwich Sentinel and has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Forbes, Fortune and appeared on Bloomberg TV, WCBS-AM and Channel 12 News. Mark has served on the RTM (Finance and Education Committees), Board of Tax Appeals, Board of Social Services, Greenwich Land Trust, Round Hill Association, Greenwich Bar Association. He worked as a real estate attorney for many years and was the Asst. GeneralCounsel for Aquarion whose 24,000 acres makethem the largest private landowner in Connecticut.