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Each month AR runs numerous contests as a way for our members to engage in activities
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These state pages or hyper-local pages provide content directly related to a specific geographical location.
State, County, City and Neighborhood pages make it easy for consumers to find what they're looking for.
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Brookfield Connecticut HUD Home SOLD - 08/31/10 11:45 PM
Where can you find a 4 Bedroom Cape in Brookfield CT for $135,000. Well I found one for my Buyer and even though it took months to close the deal, what a deal it was! Months had gone by to close this deal mainly due to getting a 203K mortgage so that the property could be updated. The home will require a new Kitchen, Baths and some other cosmetic work but all in all it is a solid house. This being a HUD property it did require other inspections and forms to be filled out. I must say HUD was great (1 comments)
Newbury Village is an Active Adult Community that is designed to awaken memories of a traditional New England Village. Situated in the historic Brookfield CT on 43 acres of pristine woodlands on the banks of the Still River. It lies just north of Brookfield's Four Corners on route 7/Federal Rd.
The community presently consists of 75 Luxurious Townhomes ranging in size from 2450 sq/ft to 2650 sq/ft. They either come with 2 or 3 Bedrooms, some with Master Suites on the main floor, as well as two full and one half baths. All Townhomes have their own separate entrance and 2 (0 comments)
Brookfield Connecticut's Greenridge Drinking Water Issues - 08/28/10 12:16 PM
If living in a community that is serviced by Community Wells/Water Company, they are required by State Law to do peroidic testing. The testing done is usually more extensive than is done on a private well when you are purchasing a home. One of the newest Chemical Elements they are testing for is Uranium. The EPA maximum allowable Uranium in water is 30ug/L. If you own a home with a private well you most likely had the well tested when you first bought the home to make sure the water is potable. Most owners don't ever give it a second thought after that. Even (1 comments)
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