Compare: Vermont vs Connecticut

Home Values in Vermont and Connecticut

Zillow Home Value Index

Zillow Home Value Index

Mid-point of Zestimate valuations for Vermont. Half the Zestimates are above this number and half are below it.
1-Year Change+2.3%vs+1.7%
Median List Price$235,000vs$269,900
Median Sale Price$220,000vs$254,300

Vermont tends to be less expensive for home buyers than Connecticut. During the last year, Vermont home values have risen by 2.3%, while Connecticut home values have risen by 1.7%. The median sale price in Vermont is $220,000, but the median listing price was $235,000, a 6.4% discount. Meanwhile in Connecticut, the median selling price is $254,300, and the starting price had a median of $269,900, a 5.8% discount.

Homes for Sale in Vermont and Connecticut

Vermont vs Connecticut
506 N Hill Rd  26 Photos
  • 506 N Hill Rd
  •  House For Sale: $12,500,000
  • Beds: 7
    Baths: 4.5
    Sqft: 8,150
    Lot: 3,729,607
1403   Quechee West Harford Rd  20 Photos
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