For what it’s worth – E mail from reader:
I just heard some anecdotal evidence that I thought might make some interesting blog fodder. I was with a friend from Rye who said that houses in Rye are going to sealed bids recently and selling for a lot more than the asking prices. Her reasoning was the schools. I find that interesting given that Greenwich taxes are about 1/3 the price. Rye used to always trade at a discount to Greenwich because of taxes, I thought. Now that doesn’t seem to be the case. What would you attribute that to? Just wondering what you and the rest of the readers might think. Might make people a little more interested in focusing on school performance and less interested in racial diversity and music auditoriums!