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June 18, 2018

Find out how this Hamden couple walked away from over $80,000 of negative equity in this Ocwen short sale success!

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It can be nerve-wracking to fall behind on mortgage payments, especially when you know your mortgage debt exceeds what the home could sell for. Foreclosure seems inevitable!  Although there are several ways to avoid CT foreclosure, the whole process can seem overwhelming and scary. Find out how this Hamden, CT couple avoided foreclosure and walked away […]

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West Haven CT real estate sales prices up again in 2018!

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The West Haven, Connecticut real estate market has been recovering since 2015 when home sales prices bottomed out. The last few years of increasing buyer demand, coupled with decreasing home inventory have led to homes selling faster and prices finally moving upward statewide. Some towns have fared better than others. West Haven real estate sales […]

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June 7, 2018

The priciest…and cheapest places to live in New Haven County, Connecticut!

Thinking of making New Haven County home? Wondering how far your money will take you? New Haven County, Connecticut offers a wide array of housing options. From luxe oceanfront living to the affordable urban starter, there is a home here for every budget!5 MOST EXPENSIVE TOWNS IN NEW HAVEN COUNTY:Madison tops off the list as […]

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June 6, 2018

Top 3 tips to marketing a probate home for sale!

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Becoming an executor or administrator of a Connecticut estate with real estate can be an overwhelming and unexpected experience. The probate process can be complicated, and getting the home sold quickly, and efficiently is always a desired goal.What to consider when marketing a probate home for sale:Pricing right, showing right, and marketing right are always […]

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Slow real estate recovery in Fairfield County leaves many homeowners still underwater in 2018…


Like most of Connecticut, Fairfield County real estate prices have been rising slowly in the last few years. Despite this slow rise, median home sales prices in Fairfield County remain 15% below the peak of the market just over a decade ago, leaving many upside down, and foreclosures and short sales continue. Fairfield County Short Sale […]

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