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David Ayres, Real Estate Pro in Riverside, CT
David Ayres answered:
Is this property impacted by the airport? It looks like it would be, as it's very close... Thank you..
The home was rented last week and is no longer available. However, in answer to your question, there would be so aircraft noise at that location.
0 votes Share Flag Wed Jan 16, 2013 Market Conditions in Greenwich
Robin Kencel, Real Estate Pro in Greenwich, CT
Robin Kencel answered:
If the inventory numbers didn't include Las Vegas, Detroit, and Miami would they be telling a different story?
I'm just tired of the papers talking about how horribly high our inventory numbers are, while not taking into account the outliers (these cities). I'm not seeing horribly high ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Sep 15, 2010 Market Conditions in Greenwich
Dan Chase, Home Buyer in Texas City, TX
Dan Chase answered:
trulia lists some properties for $1000, $500, and even $1. How is that? is it simply false advertising by a different website to get people to?
Most of the $500 to $3,500 prices are rentals. Forget that is says sales price. It is a rental.

$1, only in detroit might it be right. Yup, if you see REALTYTRACK after a listing, ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Sep 15, 2010 Market Conditions in Greenwich
Gail Gladsto…, Real Estate Pro in 11743, NY
Gail Gladstone answered:
I would like to find an agent in Greenwich, CT
I would recommend Sandi Gladstone of Weichert Capital Properties. Call her at 203-611-5400 x 108 or on her cell at 203-536-0493
0 votes Share Flag Tue Sep 14, 2010 Market Conditions in Greenwich
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