First you want to check with the home owner's association to determine whether or not you can rent out your unit as some complexes have restrictions on this issue.
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30 South State Street & 490 Washington Boulevard
Stamford, CT 06902
(33.0 miles to Grand Central Terminal)
You may wish to consider some of the managed luxury rental complexes in the downtown area of Stamford such as: Avalon Greyrock, Parc Grove, Morgan Manor, or Glenview House. They ... more
The simple answer is: typically a townhouse owns the land (the small tract) it sits on, while condo shares the the land with other units. Therefore you may have condos on ... more
The express train takes less than 50 minutes from Stamford to GCS.
One excellent resource for this issue is the City of Stamford's website at cityofstamford.org. From there, the issue is discussed and a map is present showing the areas of cont ... more
Unfortunately US and Connecticut law forbids real estate agents from categorizing some neighborhoods as "better" or "worse." Besides, a "better" neighborhood for s ... more
Not sure without seeing it in context but could mean 'last updated"?
Please, feel free to contact me with any other questions.
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Yes, the neighborhood surrounding Seaside Ave. is relatively safe. Many of the residents there do walk to Cove Island Park and other amenities in the community.
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While I'm not a banker, our company has a mortgage division. If you send me an email, I would be delighted to give you the name of a broker to whom you can speak.
Most buyer's prefer condos over co-ops. Co-ops, you only own a share, not the actual unit. There is also more restrictions on who is able to purchase the co-ops. Not to me ... more
The CCR's are the guidleine, what ever they say.
As to why the HOA would do that:
They probably have a ... more
There are no photos of 68 Saint George Ave. in Stamford because the home currently is not for sale. Old expired information about the home still exists on the ... more