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Prussell, Home Buyer in Milford, CT
Tue Jul 12, 2016
Prussell asked:
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This question was asked from this property: http://www.trulia.com/foreclosure/3214114906-20-Seaview-Ave-Milford-CT-06460
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Desire Willi…, Other/Just Looking in
Mon Jun 8, 2015
Desire Williams answered:
Try typing in Milford,Ct
How many bedrooms 3 by any chance
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Heather Crab…, Real Estate Pro in Milford, CT
Thu Feb 5, 2015
Heather Crabtree answered:
Good Morning!
I agree Trulia and Zillow are advertising sites and "estimates" on both sites are usually not accurate. What you really need is a Comparative Market Analysis for your home from a local agent. I would be more than happy to give you one! You contact me at (203) 558-7720 or heather.crabtree@cbmoves.com,

Heather Crabtree
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
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Natalia Baki…,  in Milford, CT
Wed Mar 5, 2014
Natalia Bakilana answered:
Is always a good idea to get a permit. If you don't and for some reason in the future you want to sell your house it can be a problem.
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Patricia Wey…, Real Estate Pro in Milford, CT
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Patricia Weyant answered:
Your obligations would be to make sure if anything about the house that needs to be disclosed. For example underground oil tank, poor foundation, etc.
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Patricia Wey…, Real Estate Pro in Milford, CT
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Patricia Weyant answered:
Yes there is a insurance company that doesn't require shutters. I live in Milford and live up from the water. I had a hard time to find insurance with a low premium. The name of the company is Coastal Agents Alliance, LLC. ... more
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Fritz Walter, Real Estate Pro in Milford, CT
Mon Dec 23, 2013
Fritz Walter answered:
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Chris Lovejoy, Real Estate Pro in Woodbridge, CT
Thu Mar 7, 2013
Chris Lovejoy answered:
Speaking directly to a mortgage professional is the best way to have your questions anwered regarding mortgage. There may be a way around this in that you can sell your property, pay your debts and then close on your new property, with paying off the debt as a condition of close. Unfortunately, you do not mention your credit; if your credit is not effected by the debt, then you could be fine, but it takes longer to repair credit.

Again, contact a mortgage professional. They know the ins and outs of the current laws and you are under no obligation to use them, even if you receive information from them. In otherwords, do not be afraid to call as an inquiry.
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Karen Kline, Real Estate Pro in Orange, CT
Fri Nov 19, 2010
Karen Kline answered:
Not exactly sure what your question is, however, I am going to give you a take on Milford.

Milford is a HOT town to live in. You're just outside of Fairfield County, have Fairfield County ammenities, but New Haven County prices!! If you're looking to live within a mile or so of the water and are looking for a kid-oriented, family neighborhood then you should check out Settlers Ridge (Colonials, 2000+sf, built in 1995-1998). If looking to be in North Milford then you can check out Great River Golf Estates (Colonials, 2000+sf, built in 1999-2003). Homes in these developments tend to go on deposit within 30 days, unless they are drastically over prices.

The Milford market has and will continue to be hopping. Values have decreased in the past 2-1/2 years, but not too far like many other towns. I have found on properties we are getting into multi-offer situations again, if the home is priced correctly for that area then this is happening. Again, we find those who can not afford Fairfield County prices head into MIlford. Orange is a great town as well, however, you will find more neighborhoods in Milford so if you're raising kids this may be of interest to you. Milford offers an easy commute to NY, stopping all along the shoreline. You are about 1 hour 20 min to NY, 2 hours to Boston, 1 hour to the Casinos (great entertainment!), and so close to all Beaches.

Without knowing your exact question, I hope this information helps you.
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