Having a Realtor looking for you will give you the best and timely information
so you won't miss out on the lot of your dreams.
I have never heard of Trulia, but to get on Realtor.com, you typically have to be selling through a Realtor (duh), which eats up 5-6% of the selling price and you lose some control of the transaction. But that is not completely true, because for a fee (like $500), a FSBO can get listed through certain Realtors that offer a special referral service and will list you on Realtor.com without any additional fee if you sell on your own. I have done that in the past. These days, with such a slow market, advertising everywhere is too costly for some. Joe (382, yup)
I am a Realtor in Enfield and I can send you some lots under no obligation. Most of the times we know about lots that are coming on the market before it is announced on the internet. You can e-mail me at Kristina@prudentialct.com with the preferred e-mail address you would like lots sent to the second they come on the market or a price change comes about..
I do alot of business in that area and can set up an automatic search for you through the Multiple listing service. Send me your email and as much criteria that you can think of and we can get started. Then, if and when you are ready, you can contact me for more information. No pressure.
Century 21 Access America
117 N. Main St.
Southington, Ct. 06489