I'm 30 ive lived in new London from the day I was born. Im trying to et out as fast as possible! I have 2 small children which I absolutely will not raise there! I live in an ok place. yet still at 11pm I have disrespectful people riding by my home ratteling my walls with their music, my kids asking me what the bad words means cause they hear it. Just about every young person you see in new London plus some older men sag their pants to their knees with their boxers hanging out like someone wants to see it! I have a 3 bdrm very place with utilities included I pay 1300$ a month which is good for the inside of my home but if I had a choice I wouldn't live their for free!... more
Niantic ct! its awesome the people there are amazing right around the Morton motel that street and side streets. a lot of older people and very nice homes as well as a bunch of thig within walking distance.best of luck!... more
There has been a great amount of casino talk in the New England area. Recently, Mohegan Sun has announced some new plans in the works, $50 million worth of plans to be exact. The casino aims to create
Over the past decade, as pricing began to inflate artificially, we were lead to believe that the real estate market was lined with gold.Â All of the fundamentals no longer seemed to matter. Â Values
Each transferee family has "givens" in their housing needs, such as a home in a certain price range, with a certain number of rooms and in a certain style. Beyond such givens, the lifestyles and special
In addition to craigs list, I also find realtor.com very helpful to the consumer for finding rentals especially if you can download the app to a smart phone. It links directly to the CTMLS and so is updated instantly. Alternatively I've added my ctmls link, each agent Realtor has one of these available and you can save your search and request showings.
If you are over 55 or 62 our shoreline area has AHEPA and Twin Haven apartments that are subsidized. They do not list on the MLS or internet, you need to stop at their buildings and get on a waiting list. Their lists are sometimes 2 years wait depending on your age and/or disability.
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Let me play the contrarian and say that, in many cases, that's not close to being the very first concern of anyone buying a house.
Agreed, it's an important, legitimate question. But among buyers with kids in school, the top question seems to be: "Which areas have the best schools?" And it's not always the best areas.
Further, often the best areas don't always offer the best values. I can think of some areas in Northern Virginia that are considered very upscale, very high quality. And they are. Many areas of McLean, for example. But you pay a substantial price for that. Go about a mile away--in this example, to Falls Church--and you're still in a great area, but it doesn't quite have the cache of McLean, and the prices are more reasonable. McLean, overall, may be "better" but many would consider Falls Church to be a better value.
I tend to agree with Mack that the market speaks with price: The higher the price, the more the market values an area. But that's not always the best for an individual buyer.... more
I usually love to give analogies, but I can't find one or this. If I were showing the house, I would probably ignore it, but my clients may pick up on it. Also, if I had the lsiting, I would recommend to my client that the sign may do them better down than it does the community to be up.... more
The New London Day and the Norwich Bulletin cover the New London County area. Both of these newspapers have excellent online sites but I'd give a slight edge to the New London Day for the overall appearance and search capability. The Norwich Bulletin does a better job with updates throughout the day plus their stories stay active for a much longer period.... more