Real Estate And Community Information About Northern Fairfield County & Candlewood Valley. As a real estate professional, I service the towns of Danbury,Brookfield, New Fairfield, New Milford, Bethel, Newtown & Sherman,CT. .
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Over the last couple of months since I have regularly started to blog on activerain, I have gotten inquiries from prospective customers that had some general questions. However, I can't really help them when I get bogus email or phone numbers. I will definitely pick up the phone and give you a ca...
Following up to the market stats on condos in Danbury. there are several things to consider when looking to purchase a condo or townhouse in the Danbury area. On top of the things buyers should be looking at for a single family home (like layout and mechincal systems), there are things that are u...
Condos are good an attractive option for first time homeowners since they are generally more affordable than single family homes of similar square footage. Another benefit is the monthly homeowner's associations dues cover exterior maintaince such as gardening & snow removal. They are also attrac...
I am noticing more and more of my buyers are going from outside of my marketplace. They are usually coming from from an area between 25-40 minutes away, closer to New York City, into my area for more affordable home prices and considerably lower property taxes. I have captured them in a few diffe...
A lot of people think new construction is the best way to go when looking for a new home because floorplans for 'today's lifestyles' to be perfect because they won't have to do any real house work at all. However, I was out showing some new construction and some newer homes and condos built rough...
So I was going through the hot sheet this morning and I couldn't believe what I saw. It is a $2.6 million short sale.The home was on the market for well over 3 years and was once marketed at a price of $4.2 million. You feel bad for the homeowner for wasting their time and having the home ready t...
As many of you have read in the local paper and seen on the news, there is a 'short short and bank owned' real estate phenomenium across the country. The City of Danbury is not immune from this national problem, but the problem is the area is not as far fledged as others in the country. First let...