WALLINGFORD –– Citing four consecutive quarters of increased sales deposits last year, Candace Adams, CEO and president of Prudential Connecticut Realty, sees “positive signs” for the Connecticut residential market. “Based on our fourth quarter report [2012] findings, sales should continue to recover [in 2013], with prices leveling off and stabilizing,” Adams reports. The company’s fourth-quarter market report also found more Connecticut residents choosing to buy rather than rent than in the previous three years, and that record low interest rates and low prices would gradually increase sales of existing homes and new housing permits “through 2013 and beyond.”