Good Evening Bob,
It is hard to say without some more information on the house, as home prices don't always follow a linear inflation value and the market changes very frequently. To get an accurate figure your best bet would be to have a Realtor complete a market analysis. I would be happy to provide one for you at no cost, If you are interested please feel free to contact me at JeremyWilliams@HeritageSells.net.... more
There is not magic formula, it definitely depends on the house. I can tell you that we track the average sales price in Greenwich by RTM district; our form of government is the representative town meeting (RTM).
Byram lies in district 4. One of our charts show the average sales price as a multiple of the total assessed value. At the end of the 3rd quarter in 2012 that number was 1.45. In other words, the average sales price was 1.45 times the assessed value of the home. For the 3rd quarter of 2013, that ratio had risen to 1.62. Hope this is helpful.
Jay Cooke... more
You need to get in touch with a lender who can review your options. Generally the real estate company you choose to go with will have a professional mortgage lender who can help you go about it.... more
Good morning, There are 2 condos currently listed for sale which meet you specific requirements. Both of these condominium homes are located in Brantwood. I would be very happy to supply you more specific information and assist you in your search. I look forward to hearing from you. Give me a call at 203-430-9643 or e-mail me at email@example.com. Have a great day!
It is possible. We have various codes in Greenwich which regulate the permitted size of a home. It will depend on the land itself (wetlands/flood zone) and the zoning of the home site. Also, we have green space laws to consider, but with 10+ acres it seems that you will have plenty of green space.... more
Your question, as stated, has no link or information that would tell a responder who "they" are. If you post the address, MLS number or link to the listing, I'm sure someone can help you.
Jay Cooke... more
Usually it is calculated by the size of the units and location. Ex: end units usually pay more condo fees than interior units, maybe one unit has a garage and the other does'nt Best to ask your management company for their breakdown.... more
Hi Here's one thought: A 634 credit score would qualify you for an FHA mortgage with very little down and higher debt to income ratios. You might need a rental history if this is your first credit card to qualify.... more