Madison, Connecticut 

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Population

18,247

+0.1% since 2010

Unemployment Rate

2.6%

Median Income

$108,231

Median Home Price

$406,400

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Best Places to Live in Madison, Connecticut

Large industrial city/College town - South coast along Long Island Sound, 75 miles northeast of New York City. June, September and August are the most pleasant months in Madison, while January and February are the least comfortable months.

Madison, CT Housing Market
Lowest Priced HomesHOMES UNDER $250,000
Most Expensive ListingsHOMES $250,001 to $500,000
Largest HomesHOMES $500,001 to $750,000
Median Priced HomesHOMES $750,001 to $1,000,000
Pros
Historic downtown core
College-town amenities
Healthcare
Cons
Cost of housing
Low job growth
Areas of urban decay

What Bert Has To Say About New Haven-Milford Metro Area

A city of contrasts, New Haven is a mix of colonial history, Ivy League college town, and past-its-prime industrial center. Once an important manufacturing center, it is known today as the home of prestigious Yale University. The first planned city in the American Colonies, New Haven was laid out in 1638 in nine equal squares. The New Haven Green, a square reserved for the public, is now a pedestrian area surrounded by stately trees, the Yale campus, and an assortment of museums and architecturally significant homes and churches. The downtown is generally clean and attractive and is known for its large number of trees.


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QUICK FACTS

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Country: United States
State: Connecticut
County: New Haven County
Metro Area: New Haven-Milford Metro Area
Political Ideology: Leaning liberal
City: Madison
Zip Codes: 06443
Time zone: Eastern Standard Time (EST)
Elevation: 7 ft above sea level

Highlights

ECONOMY
The unemployment rate in Madison is 2.6% (U.S. avg. is 3.7%). Recent job growth is Negative. Madison jobs have decreased by 0.4%. More Economy

COST OF LIVING
Compared to the rest of the country, Madison's cost of living is 33.4% higher than the U.S. average. More Cost of Living or Compare Madison's Cost of Living

WEATHER & CLIMATE
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VOTING
New Haven county voted Democratic in the previous five Presidential elections. More Voting Stats

POPULATION
Madison's population is 18,247 people. Since 2010, it has had a population growth of 0.1%. Learn More...

TRANSPORTATION
Average Commute time is 29.7 minutes. The National Average is 26.4 minutes. Learn More...

REAL ESTATE
The median home cost in Madison is Real Estate: $406,400. Home appreciation the last 10 years has been 2.4%.

SCHOOLS
Madison public schools spend $17,070 per student. The average school expenditure in the U.S. is $12,383. There are about 12.4 students per teacher in Madison. More Education



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Housing Market in Madison

It's a good time to buy in Madison. Home Appreciation is up 2.4% in the last 12 months.
The median home price in Madison is $406,400.

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ZIP CODES IN MADISON, CONNECTICUT
06443

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