buying a condo danbury ct: Repairs Are Written Into The Contract When You Buy Or Sell A Home - 11/12/18 10:29 AM
Any negotiated repairs are agreed to and then added into the formal contract. Buyers can sign the contract with the provision of the repairs being done before closing. The repairs are not typically done right after the contract, as sellers need to time arrangements with their contractor.  Prior to closing, the sellers are to provide a 'paid in full' receipt from their contractor and the buyer will see that the work has been done at the final walk-through due to their satisfaction.
If the seller does not do the work that was agreed into in the contract, then the attorneys have to speak about what to do. I … (1 comments)

buying a condo danbury ct: Multiple Offers Is Not Fake News in Danbury,CT Real Estate Market - 10/10/18 01:35 PM
In the current Danbury,Ct real  estate market, certain price ranges and properties types are exteremly competivite. I have been told by other agents checking over a dozen offers within a weekend for an estate sale, and other bank owned properties closing almost $35,000 more than the listed price. It is not only just those types of properties. In addition, inventory is low in immeadiate area (Danbury,New Fairfield, Bethel, Brookfield & Newtown) for single family homes currently under $300,000 which are not short sales & as well condos under $200,000. 
What can you do if you find yourself in a multiple offer situation. As … (0 comments)

buying a condo danbury ct: Buying a home requires some comprosing and decisions - 10/08/13 07:53 AM
When you are look at homes, there are several things to consider. Location, size, neighborhood, and price range are clearly on the top of many of clients wish list. However, once we go out and see a few properties in the Danbury area, often times buyers get a better idea of of what they can get for the $, what they can live with and what is non-negotiable. Each client's needs are different, but things that can or won't be comprised include amount of work they are willing to take own, parking, storage, distance to the highway or yard.
More often that than, clients evaluate their … (0 comments)

buying a condo danbury ct: Will Your Condo Pass the Test? - 06/21/12 07:12 AM
It takes a lot for a buyer to come forward with an offer on the home of their choice. However, it has to pass the test to even come forward with an offer,because it is a big step and decision for people. In today’s market, buyers are pretty particular for their needs and wishes .In my experience, here is what I typically find buyers are looking for:
-An area that is seen as desirable. For each person, the meaning desirable is different. It good mean being very close to work, near friends & family, close to their favorite restaurants and shops, or … (0 comments)

buying a condo danbury ct: Things to Consider When Buying a Home - 09/28/11 04:54 PM
When buying a home, you need to figure out what the most important things are the most in a home are:
-Location: How far you are looking to commute? Are there any particular neighborhoods that you prefer over others?
-Type of neighborhood: Do you want to be downtown, in a suburban area, in a neighborhood with a lake or beach, in a country setting, or
-Property type: Are you looking for a single family home, condo or multi family home.
-Style of home: Is there any particular style of a home that you are drawn to?
-Price: How much has your mortgage broker approved … (4 comments)

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