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mogge.nilsson, Home Buyer in New London, CT
mogge.nilsson answered:
Is New London, CT a good place to live? (I am single male with no kids)
So Dave, did you move to New London? If so, how do you like it so far? I'm myself are looking into buying a summer hous in the area so any input would be great. Thanks!
0 votes Share Flag Sat Jan 10, 2015 Home Buying in New London
Daniel Watro…, Real Estate Pro in 06355
Daniel Watrous answered:
Any one know of any hard money investors for allegan county?
Bigger Pockets maintains a Hard Money Lender Directory, see the link below in web reference.
0 votes Share Flag Mon Feb 3, 2014 Investment Properties in 06320
Kathleen Pra…, Real Estate Pro in Groton, CT
Kathleen Prater answered:
is there a number i can call to get more information about the homes?
You will never find an inexperienced agent with RE/MAX simply because of the company's business model and hiring practice. Agents are allowed to answer any question with a material fac ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Jan 25, 2014 Home Buying in New London
Lori Hopkins…, Real Estate Pro in New London, CT
Lori Hopkins-Cavanagh answered:
Queston with buying a house outright with cash
A seller looks at the whole package. Cash versus financing is a contingency with risk for the seller. If the buyer cannot get mortgage commitment the deal falls apart, whereas a buyer ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Apr 9, 2013 Home Buying in New London
Lori Hopkins…, Real Estate Pro in New London, CT
Lori Hopkins-Cavanagh answered:
About to buy a new house in Southeastern CT & looking for realtor willing to rebate 50% based on reduced workload: no need for showings, comps, plans.
An agent may be able to lower their commission to the seller and the seller can reduce the price of the property or make a contribution to the buyer but it is not legal, in my opinion, ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Apr 9, 2013 Home Buying in 06320
Lori Hopkins…, Real Estate Pro in New London, CT
Lori Hopkins-Cavanagh answered:
The price is right on this house (399,000), but the taxes are out of sight (21,000)!! Will taxes be adjusted for the sale price in an arns length?
Taxes will not be adjusted unless you file a tax appeal with the municipality. In Connecticut the appeals process begins by requesting an appeals form and completing it and submitting ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Apr 9, 2013 Home Buying in New London
David Chiles, Real Estate Pro in Los Angeles, CA
David Chiles answered:
Where can I find the Commercial Property Sales Trend for New London in the last ten years?
Thank you for your question about commercial real estate trends. There is a website similar to Trulia for commercial real estate called Loopnet.com. I recommend using this site.
0 votes Share Flag Thu Aug 19, 2010 Foreclosure in New London
Spirit Messi…, Real Estate Pro in 85718
Spirit Messingham answered:
We have a very good income bur poor credit. What are the chances of us becoming home owners in New London?
I can't stress enough you need to talk with a mortgage broker, a lender not a Realtor. With the "financial crisis" things have changes a lot in the past couple of years ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Jul 8, 2010 Credit Score in New London
Stacey Brown, Real Estate Pro in Colchester, CT
Stacey Brown answered:
Is there a best time of month to close on a home in New London, Connecticut?
I personally like any time in the second half of the month. The reason s that at closing, you are prepaying interest for the remainder of the month and your first mortgage payment will ... more
1 vote Share Flag Wed Mar 26, 2008 Home Buying in New London
Stacey Brown, Real Estate Pro in Colchester, CT
Stacey Brown answered:
Can you find homes under $200,000 in Connecticut?
Maureen,

Just an update here for you, in CT right now, there are 750 homes under 200k within 15 miles of Hartford, 330 within 15 miles of New Haven, 257 within 15 miles of New London ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon May 28, 2007 Home Buying in New London
Mitchell Hall, Real Estate Pro in New York, NY
Mitchell Hall answered:
What prices are Classic Victorian homes going for in a coastal town like New London, CT?
Thank you Linda that is very useful information.
2 votes Share Flag Wed May 23, 2007 Home Buying in New London
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