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April 25, 2009 PERSISTENCE             Dedicated, full time, professional and successful!  We know the meaning of persistence.  We don't stop working until we find the most qualified buyer willing to pay the best price for your home.  Our Team is committed to doing the work to help you achieve yo...
Explanation of the Pension Funds and OPEB Funds This document is meant to provide a basic understanding of how the Town's Pension Funds and OPEB Trust Funds function. There are four funds - The Police and Fire Pension Fund, The Employee Retirement Fund, The Police and Fire OPEB Trust Fund and the...
What drives Real Estate Values in Fairfield County? There are two main drivers for Real Estate value in our area.  The first is proximity to New York City.  Not everyone commutes to NY but everyone competes against commuters for homes. Homes that are closer to NY are worth more in the Market.  Th...
Mike Tetreau named tops in Customer Service The William Raveis Real Estate Company announced today that Mike Tetreau had been earned the Excellence in Customer Service Award for January.  This award recognizes Mike for the dedicated effort and exceptional commitment to meeting his clients objecti...
State wants to Tax Home Buyers 1%! OK, what could possibly make today's Real Estate market worse for everyone and kill off the Federal Economic Stimulus program?  Our very own Connecticut State Legislature. Bill #6397 is one of the bills to make it out of committee.  If it goes forward, it will t...
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEContact:    Kayla O'Brien        RISMedia's Top 5 in Real Estate        Phone: (203) 855-1234 x134        E-Mail:                  Michael Tetreau        William Raveis Real Estate        Phone: 203-255-6841        E-Mail:        Thurs...
Tax Credits - The Basics 1.       What's this new homebuyer tax incentive for 2009? The 2008 $7500, repayable credit is increased to $8000 and the repayment feature is eliminated for 2009 purchasers.  Any home that is purchased for $80,000 or more qualifies for the full $8000 amount.  If the hous...
March 31, 2009 Budget Update - Well, the Board of Finance has finished voting and here is what we have: Town - $81,104,077 BOE - $140,065,961 Debt Service - 26,577,342 For a total of $247,747,380 This should represent approx a 1.75% tax increase. This is not exact. The calculation wasn't done las...

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