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Pmk, Both Buyer and Seller in New Haven, CT
Pmk answered:
Does it make sense to buy in New Haven now? Moving in two years.
As both a homeowner and a lawyer, I wouldn't recommend that you buy a home for just 2 years. If you add up the closing costs for a buy and a sell, plus homeowner's insurance, ... more
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Jack Mulroon…, Real Estate Pro in Stamford, CT
Jack Mulrooney answered:
I purchased my house in Woodbridge in May last year. Has the value gone up or own and by how much?
Hi Woodbridge, Unfortunately, it is likely your house has gone down in value in a big way. Maybe as much as 30%.

Facts such as condition and curb appeal are major factors that can ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Sep 19, 2013 Market Conditions in 06525
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