Kent real estate market:

Not robust, not ailing

KENT — For the second year in a row, Kent was named the best fall foliage town in New England by Yankee Magazine.

And on Oct. 9, the New York Times ran an article about travel bargains in Litchfield County that prominently featured Kent. Does that kind of glowing media coverage bring more prospective clients into local real estate offices?

The Lakeville Journal interviewed several Kent brokers to find the answer to that question — and in the process got an overview of the real estate market here as a whole.

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